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Kubrick and Hitchcock, two geniuses ignored by Academy...
Seriously? What words does one have for a director who went out of his way consistently to terrorize the very actors he hired to tell his stories. Here. Let me start you off. Asshole. And there are plenty of talented assholes.
Eyes Wide Shut is more a Documentary of the Elite Monsters Ruling Earth.
Would love to have heard from Harvey Keitel on his EWS experience.
Christiane Kubrick's exraordinarily beautiful and joyous paintings and those of her talented daughter Katharina were shown in Kubrick's movie "Eyes Wide Shut" (his expose of Satanism, incest, ritual murder and pedophilia).
Kubrick was microwaved to death....like the diplomats in the US Embassy in Cuba in 2016.The Hollywood Whackers always give their victims an "award" ...before they murder them.Kubrick exposed MK Ultra in "Clockwork Orange," the phony Apollo moon landing in "The Shining" and elite pedophilia and Satanism in "Eyes Wide Shut."
you must be fun at parties
He faked the moon landing. So I hope he is in hell.
The greatest director hell ever had!
Kubrick wasn't a man we lost. He was a man we Gained over and over in of each decade.
That was great ❤️
You certainly left us with a puzzle. Did you leave because of EWS? I'd like to think not. Anyway, thanks Stanley.
i can imagine this documentary is for all of Stanley Kubrick's fans, who enjoyed his many works. i can also imagine all the loons out there who are screaming, " but what about the faked moon landings, tell everyone about the faked moon landings! '
tv-india.com/vid/gZxtt7yLyLDLqKQ/v-iy.html 2001's epilogue
I was one of those young boys that saw 2001 and it changed my life forever. I still think it is the greatest movie ever made and I am not 75 years old. I screen it at least once a year if not more and it is still a fresh and moving as the first time I ever saw the film. If that isn't timeless then I don't know what is. I would consider Not receiving an award from Hollywood the greatest honor one could possible receive.
A total revolutionary. There never was nor will be another filmmaker like him.
Brilliant story teller through dialogue and visuals, I have so muck admiration for Kubrick.
If Stanley just went to get a stress test a few stents he'd be alive today.
Thank you for showing us the Artist and the Man.
he was murdered...they have heart attack guns...no joke....eyes wide shut..wasnt the film you saw in the cinema.
The director of this forgot to label Kubrick's daughter in any of her shots in this..but I guess it's his stepdaughter Katharina
Man his wife is so cool!
The terrible music behind this first part reminds me of a Viagra commercial or something...
That intro song sounds like Devin Townsend.
It's unfortunate he was such a shit with Shelley Duvall. It really colors my appreciation of him.
10:48 No. The public don't feel like they own celebrities. Plenty of celebrities stay very famous for a very long time without doing talk shows or tweeting out how they feel about a thing. No one faults them for it. No one thinks Bruce Willis or Denzel Washington owes it to their fans to make appearances and dish about their personal lives. In fact, these days I'd say people appreciate celebrities who lead quiet, private lives so much more than the multitude of attention addicts.It's the press, the paparazzi, the general media machine that thinks they own celebrities. And ya know what? They kinda do, as long as those celebrities want to keep getting paid. They're all part of one big money-making machine, desperately trying to keep the allure of fame and the cult of celebrity-worship going.
so did steven spielberg
he sold his soul.
Kubrick is greatly missed by his fans and of course by his loved ones. I think that Stanley Kubrick was one of the true genius of visual artistry. He and Terry Gilliam are the true masters of the craft.
AFAICS, the first, momentary allusion to 'Dr Strangelove' is 106 minutes into this 123 minute documentary. Nothing substantial on 'Paths of Glory', nothing at all on 'The Killing'. There is a lot about 'Full Metal Jacket' and 'Eyes Wide Shut', during the last 15 or so years when many of Kubrick's admirers feel he became sunk in indecision and self-indulgence, the prisoner of his legend.
The "good ole" Jan Harlan must always explain the deliberate manumission in foreign version (overall beautiful ITALIAN dubbings by Mario Maldesi approved by Kubrick himself!!!) of his brother-in-law's masterpieces...!!!
wow! all that amazing behind the scenes footage that Vivienne Kubrick shot on the shining and full metal jacket! I wish they would release more of that,i could happily watch a ten hour documentary just on the making of the shining!
Word genius is overused.
Can someone send me the link of the end instrumental track?
Incredible artist. The controlling of his family part seems a bit oppressive. They seemed very happy though.
I heard a rumour that he was going to get JACK NICHOLSON to play NAPOLEONCould you imagine that???
The ending of "Paths of Glory" is marvelous - it's the most beautiful example of how stupid wars are.
Personally, I have great respect for the late filmmaker, Stanley Kubrick, and I liked some of his films except for "The Shining" from 1980 and it is because I found the film to be a rather poor adaptation of Stephen King's original novel. After all, I am in full agreement with Mr. King on his complete disapproval of the way Kubrick did with his cinematic take of the novel.
He’s Gone to Glory 🌈 R.I.P....shout out from Florida ☀️ Thank You very much for sharing!
Luis Maldonado 2/CHRONICLES 30:9
Luis Maldonado Morning 🌟 The last words my mother said as she lay dying… In my home… Was: she was looking up… And she said yes I do believe… She closed her eyes and died… All her life she never believed outwardly… Only Abba may sit in judgment not us… Who knows what Mr.. Kubrick was... and scripture also teaches many are blinded now it is not their time to see… I am close to 70 years old… I have spent my entire life studying scripture… Ancient Paleo Hebrew scripture… Is the most authoritative truths to be shared… And always being led by the Holy Spirit… Is our job… To completely surrender… And help the lost. judgments are not our job… Discernments are… And it takes His wisdom to teach His children the differences… Pray about this and be led. Shalom to you always 🌈📖🕎❤️
So sad he’s gone. But he was an atheist. So if by Glory you mean hell, well okay I guess.
Vincent: "Who are the people in the van?"Stanley: "Those are the Warner Brothers executives. They're not allowed to get out."That's an artist...
kubrick faked his death to work on the 9/11 blockbuster.
He never gave up
My relationship with the film Full Metal Jacket is bizarre. I saw the film at that certain age. The same certain age as the boys in the film. I was unaware of this relationship until I watched this Kubrick video. Cheers. Now that I'm at another certain age, an age of maturity, I look back and I am so thankful for the education and growth of self through the medium of film . Stanly Kubrick, what a man and teacher, creator of cinema.
Utter shame the “academy” didn’t recognize his artistry like we all do. Fuck the oscars..
Ma'am, can you balance rubber balls on your little nose?
Stanley Kubrick had what we all hope that we can obtain in life. His was a fully realized life, thanks to all the factors evident in this documentary. I saw 2001 as a 10 year old, and the film had a lasting effect on how I perceive and judge great entertainment. Perhaps I was one of those 'young boys' referred to by Mr. Harlan at 1:07:55 who helped to make the film a cult success. Of course now it is an icon.Later in life, I (remarkably, to me) cared for his mother whilst a medical resident in Los Angeles, and she died on my service in 1985. Unfortunately she had a severe dementia, and I didn't ever meet Mr. Kubrick. It was an introduction to the brutal manner in which dementias can erase one's sense of what one's life was.
What a loving wife!
I remember the Moon Landing movie he made for NASA , the best SciFi movie ever
Haneke is the best
I share his birthday.. July 26th
If you are watching this and see my comment Mrs Kubrick you were, are, and always will be, hot. Just like your husband. And your daughter in 2001 stole the show! You must have lived a wonderful life with him. And to know Kier Dullea as well ! I used to think he was supernatural, what an actor. Maybe the best time to be alive in the World ever. Then the other 2001 happened....It's good he didn't see that.
Lord Bullington is my favorite Kubrick character.
@Esmee Phillips you ruined him for me.
To me, "Eyes Wide Shut" was a masterpiece. Many don't think so, but if you really get into the psychology of it, it's fucking brilliant. It's my favorite Kubrick film.
All of his films are extremely cerebral and intricate. Truly a genius, Eyes wide Shut is certainly underrated and it exposed a lot about Hollywood. Honored to share a birthday with the man.
I was 12 years old when I saw 2001 space Odyessey . I was with my dad , from that day to this I love SF
Same here,Jimmy. 12yrs old at the Sheridan Cinerama,Miami Beach,1969...i was with my slightly older cousin....i walked out high,and this was years before i started to smoke pot!
20:02 Gargoyle .
Mythology..... we no nothing about this guy,,,
He was an archetypal Cancerian!
@Andree Maria Boyd Yea...all those shy, sensitive Leos!
He is a typical Leo.
He was a Leo, not a Cancer.July 26th, 1928.
Kubrick is good but he is most overrated director of all time!! Sorry little Kubrick fans! :)
Fans and his peers say otherwise
Thanks bro I love Stanley He´s my best filmmaker ever and I remember the day of his dead... shocking. I used your video for practice my english jaa
Glad to hear you liked it :)
Thanks for sharing documentary. Kubrick is great.
That era is over. Never again will corporations allow huge sums of money to budget an intelligent film. I think I was happier watching his films than he ever was making them.
@auerstadt06 Actually, Kubrick was very frugal with his budgets. For example, let's say he needed 2 dozen porta cabins on a set, rather than rent them, he would buy them and then rent them out to other productions when he was not using them. He was shrewd and I imagine Jan Harlan was very smart when it came to budgeting a movie also. Kubrick also worked with a very small crew. His costs were not as high as you might think.The days you speak may be gone, but it will only be for a while. Audiences will get tired of how it is now, they'll grow tired of superhero movies and one mid budget movie that does well will swing the pendulum back again.
@David Lean He wouldn't be able to do that now. They day of the "auteur" is over. Unless the budget is very small and you are working for Netflix or some other streaming service.
They only budgeted for it because he tricked them into doing it!! IBM, NASA etc all thought he was going to deliver a film about how wonderful the space race would be, he delivered a movie about a man breaking free from 'the machine'.
Many, many thanks for posting this programme. Very pleased to have seen it.
"Eyes Wide Shut" was fantastic !
@George Speth His weakest film from the "Killer's Kiss" onward. And probably he realised it soon enough after the release. His personal, final drama.
I agree. A lot of people don’t like it. I don’t think it was his greatest but it’s a damn good film. Definitely was not his worst film either
..as what? Pornography?
Thank you Stanley !
The legend himself.
The Master is gone 21 years now 7th March 1999. But his legacy of brilliant films will live on forever.
I got to see eyes wide shut in the theater when it first came out, there's something special about that for me
Don't forget his 2001 started Cameron's passion up on filmmaking
I really love this.
I subscribed to be the 100th
I think he's over-rated. (not a popular view, I know) Stanley Kubrick was too scared to be Stanley Kubrick. It seems to me . . . siiigh ! (such a shame)
Did a phone interview for a local paper as a young journalist with his brother in law Jan Harlan who's in this...and he was a real ASSHOLE. A pompous prick...who had nothing to be pompous about.
2001 is everything :)
I wonder if Rowan Atkinson could take a Kubrick role??? (no aspersions to anyone)
became obsessed with Thackeray because I couldn't get over how good Barry Lyndon is. Turns out a bunch of the lines in the film are actually from 'Vanity Fair'
@David Lean I would have hated Napoleon tbh. Thackeray's writing is quite subtle, he was all about how little happens as opposed to how much.
..and Lyndon was the movie he made because he couldn't make a real dream project ie Napoleon. Imagine how magnificent that film would of been if he had finished. Lyndon is beautiful looking, but it lacks the layered intricacies of his other films post 2001 ASO, probably because he didn't have the time to properly develop them.
i learned nothing new...
The most important movie-maker of the 20th century
Greatest Filmmaker/Director/Artist hands down, end of story! The fucking Academy have absolutely no credibility whatsoever for ignoring Stanley's genius, and they can suck my hairy fucking beanbag! As said so eloquently by the late great John Lennon, "How do ya sleep at night ya cunts"! Thank you so much Jan for putting together such a wonderful film/tribute to Stanley. Myself and my family and also Mr Grady and his family, would like to send our love and prayer's to Christane and the girls, and a big shout out to our favorite Film-worker Mr Leon Vitali, we miss you all!
I fell in love with cinema when Clockwork Orange was released in my country. From then on movies started meaning more than just entertainment.
@David Lean Here in Brasil was released in the 70's but with ridiculous black spots covering the actors genitalia. Afterwards it was te released without them, but it was never banned.
@Beni S re released I mean...it was banned in Ireland up until the 90s for example.
@David Lean in the 70's 😀
Stanley Kubrick bought the rights to CO from the studio. He had 2 daughters, and their classmates in school were teasing them, "Your Dad Makes Dirty Movies!"
Can I ask where that is? The film was re released in the 90's or 00's where you are?
Love you Till the end of Time Stanley.
Thank you for posting this. This was really great! I would have loved to have seen his Napoleon movie.
if the fact that Stanley Kubrick never won a single Oscar™ *isn't* proof positive that The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences™ is absolute _horseshit,_ it's certainly a glaring hint.
The problem is that Kubrick made brilliant half movies. The first half of Full Metal Jacket and Barry Lyndon, the second halves of 2001, Eyes Wide Shut, Dr. Strangelove, the Shining, and Clockwork Orange. I think that is the real reason he never won a directing Oscar (he won one for special effects for 2001). It is a testament to his genius that his audience-myself included-was more than satisfied with half a movie.
I remember an excoriating obituary in the UK paper the Sun. Truly astonishing, stayed with me to this day. Like something reserved for a criminal. As if he were guilty of the crimes he portrayed in his films. But it occurs to me that a good actor portraying a villain makes you almost hate the actor himself, perhaps its actually a compliment to Kubrick unbeknownst to the author of the piece. The journalist still appears regularly on TV but i think of that article EVERY time they appear.
@Mishta Romaniello well put
@Aquinasish He even edited this film! Amazing man.
it's really really strange hearing Stanley Kubrick actually speak, and with a New York accent. all the pictures i'd seen always just led me to believe he was British. and i guess his living in England didn't help me, either.
The most fascinating documentary I've ever seen - what a man, what an great fantastic monster! Thank you, all of you, wife, daughter, actors, producers, assistants, friends... Your emotion is infectious. You are great too.
Is possibel have this documentary with spanish subtitles?
Before seeing this documentary I thought that Stanley Kubrick was an awful person and difficult to work with on set. Media used to see him like this: The director who acted aggressive with Shelley Duvall. I am glad I was so wrong.
Wellllllll...Kirk Douglas pinned SK against the wall in a *VIOLENT ARGUMENT* during the filming of "Spartacus", after which Stanley "saw it Kirk's way"...lol
Nice addition to the documentaries on Kubrick, with a more personal focus to it. He was the Shakespeare or Beethoven of film, and the examination of his works and his life will continue as long as the human race continues to care about art.
Do you have any recommendations on other Kubrick documentaries as well?
God, he's fucking DEAD, and not coming back, can't we fucking let go of the past and at least try to understand something from it's era instead of looking back and trying to understand it from ours?
I love all the full metal jacket stuff because my brothers house backed onto there and I used to ride my motocross bike around the old derelict gas works that was the set for the battle scene.. at one point in time it was the largest coal gas plant in Europe, it doesn't exist anymore, was all redeveloped in the 90's
His wife is wonderful
Yeah I was thinking the same, I had never seen her before, a classy lady.
Geniuses have certain degree of madness attached to them ,which according to me is the most desirable attribute of an artist and when I used to see you Kubrick it always reflect in his personality and more through his work ,till this day we don't have a masterman narrator , storyteller , director I salute you sir .....
Madness is insanity, which is never desirable under any circumstances. And, you don't have to be insane to be a genius! Composer George Frederick Handel was a genius, perfectly sane and made *TONS OF MONEY* in his lifetime: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Frideric_Handel
Genius is never mad. Genius is just what it is. However, the fact the rest of the world calls 'weird' what you call normal, that begins to drive you mad after a while. Having to explain yourself again and again and have people pity you because they think you are so different, that is what drives geniuses mad, not genius itself.
This was wonderful. I miss all of the films he didn't make.
3:45 wise words
Lovely intro, lovely film.... we all miss you sweet, brilliant Stanley.
Why are people walking in slomo?
As a photographer I have so much understanding for Kubricks approach. And I have huge respect for creating an environment for himself where time we’re not an issue. Remarkable.
Good documentary I wish I could've met him.I wish I was a filmmaker.
@Marcel Zachary true that but they are after money(& they earn it unfortunately), not art
@Ric Sanches I guess that makes sense how many more remakes of the same crap get made every year you should tell them not to do it.
@Marcel Zachary Dont make film because you want to, do it because you dont want nothing else to do
@Ric Sanches why not
dont do it