Citizen Kane 'Symbolism In Rosebud'

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One of the oldest and classic films in the beautiful world of cinema, Citizen Kane, has been released in 1941 by Orson Welles (Charles Foster Kane). Even though this film is an old movie, but its events, ideas, and mysteries are still on the lookout for the viewers to look at and figure out. When we talk about Citizen Kane, we are talking about a film with many ideas and a convergence of several symbols and inspirations that make the individuals think a lot about the purpose or meaning that the writer, director, producer and hero of the movie want. Perhaps the biggest and most controversial symbol of the film is “Rosebud”, the word that Kane says before he died. The film returns with flashback to the life of Charles Foster Kane, who grew up
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