>What is the purpose of the recurring Orson Welles image? Specifically, is he
>the embodiment of the murderous impulse conjured up by the girls?
>Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Orson Welles was a "boy genius" capable of producing flights of fancy of
the greatest artistry.  I think he was the girls' paternal inspiration for
their own fantasies.  Of course, theirs went a bit awry.  But so did
Welles' in his later years (or so many would claim).
That's my take on it!
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