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Simon Roy, Rodrigo Fresán and Laura Fernández

The Stories that Move Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick was undoubtedly one of the greatest storytellers with a camera in history. Every single one of his films were based on books, be they literary classics or bestsellers. And no genre was left behind when it came to adapting works in his own way: war and ultraviolence, supernatural terror and domestic fear, gladiators and criminals, social climbers and perverts, outer space and earthly paranoia, the dawn of humanity and the end of the world. Simon Roy, Rodrigo Fresán and Laura Fernández talk about the key aspects and framing of all these stories that Kubrick felt compelled to transfer to the big screen, moving us all in the process.

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22 March 2019