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Kubrick by Kubrick Kubrick par Kubrick

  Gregory Monro

  France, Poland 72 minutes

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Available to stream Oct 14-25 in the Midwestern United States
(Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri).

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Filmmaker Q&A:

Livestream Q&A with director Gregory Monro

Synopsis

A trove of never-before-heard audio recordings forms the spine of this cinematic essay on the methods and madness of master director Stanley Kubrick. Bouncing between the exquisitely crafted worlds of 2001: A Space Odyssey and Barry Lyndon and the dark, violent terrain of A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, and Full Metal Jacket, this rhapsodic documentary teases out some of the notoriously reclusive filmmaker’s inspirations—from Jungian philosophy to anti-authoritarian politics—as it celebrates the mysteries and intricacies inherent in his work. Above all, the film is an eye-opening tribute to Kubrick’s singular, enduring filmography.

“It’s the words of Kubrick himself, eloquent and precise, that give this documentary its driving pulse.”
Hollywood Reporter

 English, French, Italian with subtitles 

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