In this instance, Kane is able to take time away the Inquirer to invest time regarding his wifeAs a consequence, Orson Welles as Kane and Ruth Warwick as Norton perform this scene by only having eyes per other, they sit close together and lean in towards each otherThe table when they are sitting is of medium size, enabling an intimate settingFew objects clutter the table; representing the openness between your newly-wedsKane is dressed with flair within a tuxedo while Norton is open and receptive to Kane wearing an outfit that bares her shouldersThis segment represents among the rare moments in Kanes life where he almost ceased his drive to prove himself to others and become