Film director uses these boxes to try to understand the story of Stanley Kubrick, his attention to detail and his methodology of precision and detail.
Jon Ronson spent 5 years going to Stanley Kubrick’s home to read the content of the boxes the film-maker left throughout the buildings there. Ronson admits that he was looking for Kubrick’s ‘Rosebud’ in the boxes that contain correspondence, photo research, his films’ ads, his daughter’s on-set films and more – and he points to a few lines in an acceptance speech where he thinks he has found it. (Go watch and see for yourself)
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