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"Room 237" is hardly your average documentary. Not only does it float some very out-there theories about what Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" is reall...
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Todd McCarthy had just flown in from Sundance, where he had seen Room 237. He found the film pretty wild and weird with accounts of The Shining's hidden meanings.
One never knew what Kubrick surprise would rear itself at the most unexpected time, make you shake your head in wonder -- and smile.
"This is unheard of. We take our own cover photographs. If he won't be photographed by Newsweek, he won't be on the cover." Was this actually happening? Losing our major break over the cover shot?
For two months after my arrival in England, in May 1971, I had been carrying on an unusual relationship with the footage that would come to constitute A Clockwork Orange.
With Stanley's rare combination of meticulousness and creativity, we achieved what we set out to accomplish -- but the most influential result of our collaboration was unexpected.