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Stanley Kubrick

Historical labyrinths and urban anthropologies: historical-social Kubrick



Kubrick unrelentingly explores people’s everyday lives, social and institutional relations, and the historical and sociological pretexts that serve to construct promises of emancipation affecting everyday personal, social, political, work and cultural activity. He invites us to explore the apparent ambiguity between creativity and sensibility on the one hand, and banality and cruelty, on the other, and the feeling of inevitability of what happens, a festival of destruction in which human beings are nothing more than cogs on one side or another of a perverse, off-kilter, distressing social machine.


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