Short Film Showcase - Five Minutes Mr. Welles
This is an old one, but it's fantastic. Granted, you probably have to love the movie The Third Man or Orson Welles or the acting of Vincent D'Onofrio (which I am. I love Law and Order: Criminal Intent)
England 1949. Broke for cash, Orson Welles has agreed to play a part in a spy movie, "The Third Man." The pivotal scene of the movie is about to be shot. But there is a problem: Orson isn't happy with Harry Lime's lines.
Screenplay by Will Conroy
Story by Vincent D'Onofrio
Directed by Vincent D'Onofrio
Starring Vincent D'Onfrio & Janine Theriault
One of my favorite lines:
"Ambersons was a failure."
"A magnificent failure."
If you've got 30 mins, please watch. It's really quite good.