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CFKCristina Fernández de Kirchner (Argentina president 2007-2015)
CFKCollege for Kids (various schools)
CFKCharles F. Kettering
CFKCartridges for Kids (est. 1999; recycling)
CFKCostumes for Kids (New Jersey)
CFKChlorofluorocarbon (organic compound)
CFKCash for Keys (real estate agreement)
CFKContractspelersfonds KNVB (Koninklijke Nederlandse Voetbalbond; Dutch soccer organization)
CFKComputer Forum KaHo (Computer Aiding Center)
CFKCharles Foster Kane (movie, band, White Stripes lyric)
CFKChloorfluorkoolwaterstof (Dutch: Chlorofluorocarbon)
CFKCommunications Fly-Away Kit
CFKCentral Florida Kraze/Krush (soccer club)
CFKCommander Fleet Air Keflavik
CFKChemins de fer du Kaeserberg (French; Swiss model railroad museum)
CFKClausenengen Fotballklubb (Clausenengen Football Club; Norway)
CFKCambrai Fritsch Kaserne (US Army Base, Darmstadt, Germany)
CFKCentre Frédéric Kuhlmann (French: Frederic Kuhlmann Center; est. 1997)
CFKCompagnie de Chemin de fer du Katanga (French: Katanga Railway Company; Katanga, Congo)
CFKCarbon Faserverstärkte Kunststoffe (German: Carbon Fibre-Enhanced Plastics)
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The storyline includes a band of reporters who are trying to decipher the last words of Charles Foster Kane, a millionaire newspaper magnate 'Rosebud.'
Plummer plays Getty as a real Charles Foster Kane, a larger-than-life figure riding a fleet vehicle driven by overt visual and verbal "Citizen Kane" references.
The film revolves around a reporter assigned to decipher newspaper magnate Charles foster Kane's dying words.
Consider in this regard Orson Welles's iconic Citizen Kane (1941) about the rise and fall of Charles Foster Kane (based on the real life Randolph Hearst), a newspaper magnate who built a media empire by using sleazy yellow journalism to sell papers, and manipulated the public into supporting the Spanish-American War, even giving undeserving rave reviews to opera performances that featured his untalented wife.
2 CITIZEN KANE (1941) CONSISTENTLY voted the best film of all time, Orson Welles' masterpiece charts the rise and fall of newspaper magnate Charles Foster Kane (Welles).
Jennifer Aniston |and Gerard Butler CITIZEN KANE (Tomorrow, BBC4, 9pm) REGULARLY voted one of the greatest films of all time, Orson Welles' ground-breaking, 1941 debut focuses on the rise of newspaper mogul Charles Foster Kane (Welles), as he is transformed from an ambitious young man into a tycoon hungry for power and recognition.
Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler CITIZEN KANE (Tomorrow, BBC4, 9pm) REGULARLY L voted one of the greatest films of all time, Orson Welles' ground-breaking, 1941 debut focuses on the rise of newspaper mogul Charles Foster Kane (Welles), as he is transformed from an ambitious young man into a tycoon hungry for power and recognition.
| Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler CITIZEN KANE (Tomorrow, BBC4, 9pm) REGULARLY voted one of the greatest films of all time, Orson Welles' ground-breaking, 1941 debut focuses on the rise of newspaper mogul Charles Foster Kane (Welles), as he is transformed from an ambitious young man into a tycoon hungry for power and recognition.
Sure, I'm Charles Foster Kane." From this point on, she wins her battles by withdrawal rather than aggression."
He didn't attend, but said he saw it as an opportunity to show the differences between his great-grandfather and Charles Foster Kane, the character played by Welles.
Like Charles Foster Kane, Jordan Belfort could have led a simple life with a modest income and a happy wife, and like Kane, Belfort was a man of outsized ambitions but without the ethical scruples of a moral tradition or a religious discipline that could have helped him harness his hubris.
Gertzman conscientiously chronicles all the twists and turns of Roth's life and career and yet he remains a curiously shadowy figure, a man whose self seems somehow to have been hollowed out, an absent presence at the heart of Gertzman's biography; a man who is, paradoxically, both larger than life and insubstantial, not unlike (to use another cinematic analogy) Charles Foster Kane in Orson Welles's Citizen Kane.