Why haven’t you seen it yet… and why you ought to WHILE ON THE SCENE AT CANNES, THE AUTHOR STUMBLED UPON—WELL, NOT GOLD, EXACTLY, BUT
Spartacus had a powerful star and a politically committed screenwriter. So how did Stanley Kubrick put his personal stamp on the film, asks Henry Sheehan?
The origin of King and Country was an actual incident in World War I involving a young enlisted man who was executed for desertion.
One dark legacy of the nation that had still not been put to rest by this time was the Vietnam War, which is evident in Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket and in the other notable combat film of the year, John Irvin’s Hamburger Hill.
Quentin Tarantino interviewed by Michel Ciment and Hubert Niogret for Positif magazine at Cannes festival in 1994
Speciale sul film di Stanley Kubrick “Fear and Desire”, pubblicato dalla rivista Segnocinema nel 1989
Series of articles about Stanley Kubrick published by the Italian magazine Duel on the n.70 issue, June 1999 Perché Kubrick è un classico: Stanley o
Review of Stanley Kubrick’s movie “Paths of Glory”, published by Sight and Sound in 1957