This is a study of the work of Stanley Kubri ck, examining his films in detail, from conception through c amera work, acting, set and costume design, dialogue, music and editing, to popular and scholarly critical responses. '
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Stanley Kubrick is one of our most brilliant, innovative and difficult filmmakers. Norman Kagan's analysis cuts a lucid path through those difficulties. He summarizes the plots of each of Kubrick's films, providing a running commentary as he goes along. He moreover lists thematic obsessions that run through all the films he describes, offering an intriguing sense of Kubrick's career as a whole.About the Author:
Norman Kagan is the author of "The War Film" and other books. He works a a documentary filmmaker and has taught at the New School and elsewhere in the New York City area.
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Book Description Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11003091387X