F for Fake ★★★★½

A great, original and fascinating work. An exploration of the nature of authenticity, a love letter to art and by far the most dynamic and frenzied work of the Welles canon. A celebration of montage as he swerves from his more classical proclivities and into distinctly and knowingly more outré territory, all the while guided by Welles' magnificent, sonorous baritone. How fascinating it would have been to see where his career took him had he lived and worked another couple decades.