Orson Welles talking sometime in the early to mid ’60s (to judge by his appearance) about legendary cinematographer Gregg Toland, and discussing in particular Toland’s willingness to go along with whatever brazen ideas Welles had during the filming of Citizen Kane , and how Welles wasn’t innovative as much as unaware of what the rules were. Toland died of a heart attack at age 44 — what could that have been about?