A.J.P. Taylor: Save the Round Reading-Room!
20 February 1986
“... her when she is there. But she writes to Brezhnev and gets invited to Russia. An easy, gentle, sentimental film – of a sort that does no harm. Of the great film artists who have recently died, OrsonWelles, I suppose, led the field for a long time; Citizen Kane had no rival. It sounded as if it were really true, and perhaps it was. I was once asked to share a film with Welles. I wisely refused ...”