Naturalism in Citizen Kane
Citizen Kane expounds on the naturalistic philosophy by showing the hopelessness of a sound marriage, the needless drive for happiness, and the fruitless search for Kane's last word, rosebud. Everything Charles F. Kane does turns out to be disastrous no matter what. His wives leave him because of his love for himself, his wealth does not quench his thirst for more, and the mystery of his last word, rosebud, is never solved. This masterpiece, directed by Orson Welles, truly elaborates on the hopeless things in life.
Kane's marriages always prove to be failures because of the love for himsel…
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