Me and Orson Welles is an adaptation of a novel penned by Robert Kaplow and is directed by Richard Linklater. Set for release on November 25, 2009, the film belongs to the genre of drama. Apart from the gradual unfolding of the means that form a part of the unfolding of a rare creative passion, the viewers will be treated to a harmonious interplay of wide range of emotions and their aftermath. In the film, preparations are on for the production of Julius Caesar and there is a new recruit in the theatre company of Orson Welles, Richard.
This Disney kid tries his best to evolve as an ensembled actor with this amazing opportunity to present himself as the protagonist in this film. Richard also gets along to build a relationship with an older woman and this actually spins off the web of creativity that is so essential in the production of this play. There is an adventurous turn in the script at a certain stage when, Richard happens to get into argument with Welles. This places him in a precarious situation and now he needs to learn to present himself in a manner that does not make him appear like an immature kid seeking attention.