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Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick

This nOde last updated February 26th, 2004 and is permanently morphing...
(7 Cauac (Rain) / 7 K'ayab (Turtle) 69/260 - 12.19.11.0.19)

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"Stanley Kubrick is the essence of internal linkcyberpunk." - internal linkTimothy Leary



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"The ideas have to be discovered by the audience, and their thrill in making the discovery makes these ideas all the more powerful."   - Stanley Kubrick



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Kubrick's favorite film of all time was _Eraserhead_ directed by internal linkDavid Lynch



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"The most terrifying fact about the universe is not that it is hostile but that it is indifferent, but if we can come to terms with the indifference, then our existence as a species can have genuine meaning. However vast the darkness, we must supply our  own internal linklight."

 - Stanley Kubrick



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"I think that the scope and flexibility of movie stories would be greatly enhanced by borrowing something from the structure of internal linksilent movies where points that didn't require dialogue could be presented by a shot and a title card...This economy of statement gives silent movies a much greater narrative scope and flexibility than we have today. In my view, there are very few sound films, including those regarded as masterpieces, which could not be presented almost as effectively on the stage, assuming a good set, the same cast and quality of performances. You couldn't do that with a great silent movie...By the way, I should include the best TV commercials along with silent films, as another example of how you might better tell a film story." - Stanley Kubrick



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Directed:  

 



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close up shots of disturbed faces:

 
 
A Clockwork Orange Singing In The Rain brings back memories Danny redrum



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toilet scenes:

 
Full Metal Jacket - Pyle on the toilet going insane Eyes Wide Shut - Nicole Kidman wipe



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CRM-114

 

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_Barry Lyndon_ (vhs/ntsc)atomjacked inventory cache swarms and bulges with exuberant, almost baroque loveliness, both visually and aurally. (Kubrick has drenched it in even more first-rate music than _A Clockwork Orange_, and with more ironic effect.)  But the overwhelming tone of the film is not beautiful but tragic, mordant, even moralistic.  It is primarily a study in what internal linkDr. Timothy Leary calls "mammalian politics," the most primitive circuits in the human nervous system, concerned with power, status, and emotional gameplaying.  In ethological internal linklanguage, the subject is territorial behavior among a domesticated primate species.

- Justin Case - _Mammalian Politics - Thackeray via Kubrick_ 

Timothy Leary's finger

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Stanley Kubrick
Date of birth
26 July 1928,
Manhattan, New York, New York, USA.
 

Filmography as: Director, Writer, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor, Miscellaneous crew
 

   1.internal linkA.I.

   2.Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

   3.Full Metal Jacket (1987)
   4.Shining, The (internal link1980)
     ... aka Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining' (1980)

   5.Barry Lyndon (1975)

   6.internal linkClockwork Orange, A (1971)

   7.internal link2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
     ... aka Journey Beyond the Stars (1967) (USA: working title)
   8._Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb_ (1964)
     ... aka Dr. Strangelove (1964)

   9.Lolita (1962)
  10.Spartacus (1960)

  11.Paths of Glory (1957)
  12.Killing, The (1956)
     ... aka Bed of Fear (1955) (USA: working title)
     ... aka Day of Violence (1955) (USA: working title)
  13.Killer's Kiss (1955)
     ... aka Kiss Me, Kill Me (1953) (USA: working title)
  14.Fear and Desire (1953)
     ... aka Shape of Fear (1951) (USA: working title)
     ... aka Trap, The (1950) (USA: original script title)
  15.Seafarers, The (1952)
  16.Flying Padre (1951)
  17.Day of the Fight (1950)

Filmography as: Director, Writer, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor, Miscellaneous crew

   1.A.I. (2001)

   2.Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

   3.Full Metal Jacket (1987)
   4.Shining, The (internal link1980)
     ... aka Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining' (1980)

   5.Barry Lyndon (1975)
   6.Clockwork Orange, A (1971)

   7.2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
     ... aka Journey Beyond the Stars (1967) (USA: working title)
   8.Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
     ... aka Dr. Strangelove (1964)
   9.Lolita (1962) (uncredited)

  10.Paths of Glory (1957)
  11.Killing, The (1956)
     ... aka Bed of Fear (1955) (USA: working title)
     ... aka Day of Violence (1955) (USA: working title)
  12.Killer's Kiss (1955) (story)
     ... aka Kiss Me, Kill Me (1953) (USA: working title)
  13.Fear and Desire (1953)
     ... aka Shape of Fear (1951) (USA: working title)
     ... aka Trap, The (1950) (USA: original script title)
  14.Flying Padre (1951)

Filmography as: Director, Writer, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor, Miscellaneous crew
 

   1.A.I. (2001)

   2.Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

   3.Full Metal Jacket (1987)
   4.Shining, The (1980)
     ... aka Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining' (1980)

   5.Barry Lyndon (1975)
   6.Clockwork Orange, A (1971)

   7.2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
     ... aka Journey Beyond the Stars (1967) (USA: working title)
   8.Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
     ... aka Dr. Strangelove (1964)

   9.Killer's Kiss (1955)
     ... aka Kiss Me, Kill Me (1953) (USA: working title)
  10.Fear and Desire (1953)
     ... aka Shape of Fear (1951) (USA: working title)
     ... aka Trap, The (1950) (USA: original script title)
  11.Day of the Fight (1950)

Filmography as: Director, Writer, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor, Miscellaneous crew
Cinematographer filmography
   1.Killer's Kiss (1955)
     ... aka Kiss Me, Kill Me (1953) (USA: working title)
   2.Fear and Desire (1953)
     ... aka Shape of Fear (1951) (USA: working title)
     ... aka Trap, The (1950) (USA: original script title)
   3.Seafarers, The (1952)
   4.Flying Padre (1951)

Filmography as: Director, Writer, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor, Miscellaneous crew
Editor filmography
   1.Killer's Kiss (1955)
     ... aka Kiss Me, Kill Me (1953) (USA: working title)
   2.Fear and Desire (1953)
     ... aka Shape of Fear (1951) (USA: working title)
     ... aka Trap, The (1950) (USA: original script title)
   3.Seafarers, The (1952)

Filmography as: Director, Writer, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor, Miscellaneous crew
   1.2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) (special photographic effects designer and director)
     ... aka Journey Beyond the Stars (1967) (USA: working title)

   2.Seafarers, The (1952) (sound)

 


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In a documentary film about the internal linkToynbee tiles, Justin Duerr assumes that "Toynbee" refers to the 20th century British historian Arnold J. Toynbee, and that "Kubrick's 2001" is a reference to the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey, a film co-written and directed by filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, about a manned mission to Jupiter. The external linktoynbee.net website speculates that Toynbee refers to Ray Bradbury's short story "The Toynbee Convector".

Toynbee tile franklin square DC 2002










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