Stanley Kubrick Broadsides

Highlighting famous Stanley Kubrick films from different decades, Lolita (1962), A Clockwork Orange (1971), and The Shining (1980), these broadsides explore a theme that is present both in the making of and in the films themselves — loss of morality. To get the most compelling performance out of his actors, Kubrick would drive them crazy on set, making those question his own morals. This piece explores if true madness is necessary to make truly great art as we enter the mind of this acclaimed director. 

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