Hollywood, 1941. In the wake of “Citizen Kane”, the iconic Orson Welles makes a film called “The Bat-Man” — much to the chagrin of frenemy and producer John Houseman. But Orson explores the mythology of The Caped Crusader through the greater object of himself. He cons Tinsel Town legends into performing roles we know too well. Even the kitsch-proof Marlene Dietrich plays Cat-Woman. But can he finish in front of Nazi treachery and the machinations of William Randolf Hearst?