3 comments on “Stanley Kubrick and his Conspiratorial Interpreters

  1. Pingback: Mise-en-scene in Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining | English 245: Film Form and Culture

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  3. I think that’s the best Shining conspiracy I’ve heard yet. From what I’ve read about the making of the film, all the sets were in use throughout filming and the script was CONSTANTLY changing (to the point that Jack Nicholson refused to learn his lines until right before shooting). Seems like that might lead to even the great Kubrick having a continuity error or two.

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