Netflix releases mesmerizing trailer for Orson Welles’ final film

The clip cuts rapidly between different aspect ratios and color and black-and-white shots, highlighting an erratic, eclectic visual style. The movie is about an aging maverick director, “the Ernest Hemingway of cinema,” who is trying to make a comeback, and the trailer suggests that it pokes fun at the notion of filmmaking. The trailer also reflects the film’s messy production schedule — Welles filmed it in bits and pieces over several years in the ’70s. – Kris Holt, Engadget