What is it that brings filmmaker Stanley Kubrick into consciousness today, really? Yes, the big one the exhibition Stanley Kubrick which is now on display at CCCB in Barcelona as well as the exhibition Through a Different Lens. Stanley Kubrick Photographs, which finished in January at the Museum of the City of New York. But also that it is exactly 20 years since he died, and that we here in Ny Tid are particularly interested in realism and the documentary. That there is a realism behind Kubrick's films, some will probably disagree with – when they think of films like Eyes Wide Shut (1999), 60's 2001: A romodyssé and Dr. Strangelove, or Ondskapens hotell (1980) Barry Lyndon (1975) and A Clockwork Orange (1971).
So let me explain: At the exhibition in New York, we saw Kubrick as a young photographer, from the five years he worked for Look Magazine. . .
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