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 Surely, there needs to be a distinction between Welles himself and an
actor (Vincent D'Onofrio) playing Welles in an ideological perspective in
a film where very little discrimination is made between a director who
undoubtedly made bad films and one with talent who was ruined by the
system in Hollywood.
  In this sense ED WOOD is an ideal conservative postmodernist film, a
drooling homage by a director who sees little difference between Welles
and Wood - a real questionable equivalence.
   Tony Williams
 
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