CITIZEN KANE (1941)
You can never truly know another person. Don't trespass, don't judge another man's life. The truth is a matter of POV. What a statement for a bio-pic. Orson Welles’ revolutionary debut helped legitimize cinema as an art form. Clearly the work of a consummate auteur, Citizen Kane was so ahead of its time that even today, in the 21st century, the film is just as relevant. It may not be my personal favorite, but it's unarguably and truly admirable.
Director: Orson Welles