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)

It’s fascinating to watch how Ronson uses these boxes to try to understand the story of Stanley Kubrick, his attention to detail and his methodology of precision and detail. Tthanks to Bobby Solomon for the tip off.

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