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Fri Mar 21 17:05:08 2014 UTClccn-n500479560.182001, a space odyssey0.270.59Kubrick's cinema odyssey /14772018Stanley_Kubrickn 5004795683034Kubrick 1928-1999Kubrick, Stanley, 1928-1999Ḳubriḳ, SṭanliKubrik, Stanli, 1928-1999Ḳubriḳ, SṭenliKubrik, Stenli, 1928-1999Stanley Kubrickקובריק, סטנליキューブリック, スタンリーlccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)lccn-n79006997Clarke, Arthur C.(Arthur Charles)1917-2008antsceauscstlccn-n80050911Warner Brosprolccn-n50006864Sellers, Peter1925-1980cstprfactlccn-n81098896Scott, George C.1927-1999prfactlccn-no92001252Hayden, Sterling1916-1986othprfactlccn-no2006007859Lovejoy, Ray1939-2001flmlccn-n86024971Magee, Patrickothprfactlccn-n88240616Lockwood, Gary1937-cstprfactlccn-n88240615Dullea, Keir1936-cstprfactKubrick, StanleyDramaFilm adaptationsFictionHistorySatireCriticism, interpretation, etcScience fictionInterviewsTelevision adaptationsHorror filmsKubrick, StanleyHuman-computer interactionComputersSpace vehiclesTwenty-first centuryUnited StatesTeenage boysNuclear warfareCriminalsSpartacus,Rome (Empire)Vietnam War (1961-1975)Cold War (1945-1989)Soviet UnionHAL (Fictitious character)Motion picture producers and directorsGeorge, Peter,International relationsCriminals--RehabilitationHaunted hotelsGladiatorsKing, Stephen,World War (1914-1918)Artificial intelligenceServile Wars (Rome : 135-71 B.C.)HotelkeepersRevolutionariesJuvenile delinquentsScience fictionFranceCobb, Humphrey,MarinesVietnamCourts-martial and courts of inquiryBurgess, Anthony,2001, a space odyssey (Motion picture)ColoradoSoldiersSpace flight to JupiterExtraterrestrial beingsHasford, GustavFilm adaptationsRogues and vagabondsEuropeDystopiasCriminal behaviorFictionFrance.--ArméeMan-woman relationshipsFast, Howard,19281999194119431947194819491951195319551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014696478793535791.4372PN1997ocn046438325ocn047101348ocn042011542ocn173522026ocn164620142ocn056838112ocn041999757ocn173522061ocn740925783ocn664880050ocn047101348ocn042011542ocn173522026ocn164620142ocn041999757ocn740925783ocn664880050ocn740096793ocn037596058ocn341154668ocn047101348ocn173522026ocn164620142ocn740925783ocn740096793ocn341154668ocn047219417ocn043721260ocn024136863ocn228464674ocn740925783ocn024136863ocn422078589ocn411877074ocn742944229ocn743055696ocn742959018ocn742944224ocn742889828ocn742944241ocn740925783ocn024136863ocn422078589ocn781316155ocn781010456ocn781010415ocn781309158ocn781474955ocn449866985ocn674468832ocn691862462ocn780988692ocn299909112ocn299909121ocn753204099ocn550665345ocn753604408ocn846094227ocn634001258ocn553947721ocn753596903ocn753971335ocn039758749ocn061196329ocn227762826ocn059149139ocn061196323ocn061196322ocn059149134ocn059149157ocn059149117ocn061803314ocn060575562ocn313392788ocn466512083ocn469801117ocn797648206ocn797633717ocn441069986ocn441379733ocn814228770ocn780541928ocn813944579ocn839918122ocn691981569ocn691929592ocn691254529ocn691943490ocn762039221ocn676424111ocn676675830ocn691989530ocn083819529ocn439673460ocn858737758ocn461800308ocn466784063ocn057028130ocn690959179ocn406896565ocn766971701ocn723905191ocn723578144ocn723482813ocn659287585ocn762750711ocn658560292ocn454060534ocn440076545ocn1806094015348185ocn047101348visu19680.18Kubrick, Stanley2001, a space odysseyFictionInterviewsDramaFilm and video adaptationsFantasy filmsScience fiction filmsFilm adaptationsAction and adventure filmsMotion picturesA science fiction film which moves from the pre-historic birth of intelligence toward the emergence of man as pure thought somewhere in the future+-+23058346963244983148ocn046438325visu19630.24Kubrick, StanleyDr. Strangelove or, How I learned to stop worrying and love the bombCaricatures and cartoonsFictionInterviewsDramaFilm and video adaptationsComedy filmsFilm adaptationsA satire in which the President and his military advisers struggle ineptly to avert a holocaust after a psychotic Air Force general launches a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union because he fears the Russians are poisoning the water supply in the United States+-+57281321254046139ocn173522026visu19410.24Kubrick, StanleyA clockwork orangeFictionDramaFilm adaptationsMotion picture musicDepicts a harrowing journey through a near-future world of decaying cities, murderous adolescents and nightmarish technologies of punishment and crime+-+2405834696401779ocn000449499book19600.18Clarke, Arthur C2001; a space odysseyFictionDramaScience fictionWhen an enigmatic monolith is found buried on the moon, scientists are amazed to discover that it's at least 3 million years old. Even more amazing, after it's unearthed the artifact releases a powerful signal aimed at Saturn. What sort of alarm has been triggered? To find out, a manned spacecraft, the Discovery, is sent to investigate. Its crew is highly trained--the best--and they are assisted by a self-aware computer, the ultra-capable HAL 9000. But HAL's programming has been patterned after the human mind a little too well. He is capable of guilt, neurosis, even murder, and he controls every single one of Discovery's components. The crew must overthrow this digital psychotic if they hope to make their rendezvous with the entities that are responsible not just for the monolith, but maybe even for human civilization+-+94420960953609178ocn038912854visu19590.21Kubrick, StanleySpartacusHistoryFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsBiographical filmsHistorical filmsFilm adaptationsSpartacus is the bold gladiator slave who leads a massive slave revolt against Imperial Rome in this epic true account of man's eternal struggle for freedom+-+88517783253243548140ocn047173067visu19800.21Kubrick, StanleyThe shiningFictionDramaHorror filmsFilm adaptationsA young boy and his parents spend the winter in a resort hotel which is possessed by ghosts+-+19396346963243186139ocn047166662visu19870.23Kubrick, StanleyFull metal jacketHistoryFictionDramaWar filmsFilm adaptationsVietnam war drama which begins with a depiction of the brutality of Marine Corps training and then shifts to Vietnam, focusing mainly on a group of Marines responding to the Tet Offensive of 1968+-+20765254253242689108ocn042011542visu19550.24Kubrick, StanleyPaths of gloryFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsWar filmsFilm adaptationsMotion picturesThe desolation, cynicism, and futility of war are embodied in this film based on a novel that took as its subject a real incident from World War I. Three innocent French soldiers are tried and convicted of cowardice, after their battalion fails to take a heavily fortified German position. Colonel Dax, a lawyer in civilian life, attempts to defend the men, who were chosen by a random drawing of lots. The General Staff, comfortable and safe behind the lines, demands they be executed to inspire the troops remaining in the trenches. Critical of the military hierarchy, and the class divisions that inspire the antipathy of common soldiers for the officer class, the film is renowned for its depiction of the callous treatment of the condemned men, taking their lives in so arbitrary a fashion+-+02155374253242031126ocn173522061visu19610.25Kubrick, StanleyLolitaDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsMotion picturesStanley Kubrick's sixth film is a brilliant, sly adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov's celebrated yet infamous 1955 novel. It chronicles a middle-aged literature professor's unusual and doomed sexual passion/obsession for a seductively precocious pubescent "nymphet" named Lolita. Thanks to the film industry's production code, the film is mostly suggestive, with numerous double entendres and metaphoric sexual situations, while the story has been transformed into a black comedy and murder mystery. The film lacks the element that enabled most readers to understand the novel--Humbert Humbert's exquisite inner voice. As a consequence the film is big, luxurious, and full of a barren, cold humor, yet a visual tour-de-force in elegant black-and-white+-+67281346963241975138ocn047359447visu19990.24Kubrick, StanleyEyes wide shutDramaFilm and video adaptationsErotic filmsDetective and mystery filmsFilm adaptationsA wife's admission of unfulfilled sexual longings plunges Dr. William Harford, a New Yorker, into an erotic odyssey that could destroy his marriage and ensnare him in a lurid murder mystery+-+91529254253241930144ocn047259630visu19750.23Kubrick, StanleyBarry LyndonHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsThe rise and fall of a young 18th century Irishman bent on achieving fame and fortune, mainly by marriage+-+6628134696146656ocn041999757visu19560.24Kubrick, StanleyThe killingDramaFilm adaptationsA group of small-time crooks play a daring race-track robbery--but their well-laid plans go awry+-+56455374253249691ocn049190069visu20020.22Artificial intelligence A.I.DramaFilm adaptationsIt is the middle of the 21st century. Extremely sophisticated robots do everything from nannying to prostitution, supplying the illusion of feeling, but true emotion has eluded the android builders. Until Professor Hobby builds David, a robot boy who can really love. In the same manner that some people substitute pets for more demanding human relationships, the Swinton's try to fill the void left by the illness (and subsequent cryogenic animation) of their young son, with David. Unlike a pet, however, David requires more than taking without giving, and his plight illustrates the dangers inherent when dog-substitutes demand giving in return+-+181017832532445443ocn042215715visu19550.31Kubrick, StanleyKiller's kissDramaA boxer in New York protects a nightclub dancer, not knowing that her boss is a gangster39421ocn042025464book19960.24Kubrick, StanleyEyes wide shut : a screenplayDramaCo-authored by Frederic Raphael. Includes Dream Story by Arthur Schnitzler+-+778121199532125ocn016802372book19850.37Kubrick, StanleyFull metal jacket : the screenplayHistoryDramaVietnam war drama which begins with a depiction of the brutality of Marine Corps training and then shifts to Vietnam, focusing mainly on a group of Marines responding to the Tet Offensive of 196831425ocn000516224book19700.24Burgess, AnthonyA clockwork orangeCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionDramaSatireBased on the novel by Anthony Burgess+-+429531654624915ocn811073098visu19530.21Kubrick, StanleyFear and desireDramaA plane carrying four soldiers crashes in a forest behind enemy lines in an unnamed country. Desperate to escape, the group plans to build a raft and travel up the river into allied country. However, they are sidetracked by a local woman who stumbles across them in the woods, and the nearby presence of an enemy general who one member of the group is determined to kill23814ocn057382077book20050.50Harlan, JanThe Stanley Kubrick archivesInterviewsAccompanying CD-ROM: Interview with Stanley Kubrick by Jeremy Bernstein, November 27, 1966. Interview is in audio and transcript form.odyssey+-+69377377381621ocn213504802visu20070.18Stanley Kubrick's The shiningDramaJack Torrance is a writer who, along with his family, comes to the elegant, isolated Overlook Hotel. He is the off-season caretaker. Torrance has never been there before, but maybe he has. The answer lies in a ghostly time warp of madness and murder17159ocn054671123com19940.50Falsetto, MarioStanley Kubrick a narrative and stylistic analysisCriticism, interpretation, etcStudies the style and themes of the films of Stanley Kubrick. The second edition of Mario Falsetto's extensive analysis of Kubrick's films carefully examines the filmmaker's oeuvre in its entirety--from smaller, early films (The Killing) through mid-career masterpieces (Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey; A Clockwork Orange), later films such as Full Metal Jacket, and his final work, 1999's Eyes Wide Shut. The author, offering close readings supported by precise shot descriptions, shows us how Kubrick's body of work represents a stylistically and thematically consistent cinematic vision, one that merges formal experimentation with great philosophical complexity. Falsetto explores many of Kubrick's often-used devices, including the long-take aesthetic, voice-overs, and moving camera, and discusses the thematic uses to which these techniques are applied. Finally, he presents the very first formal analysis of Eyes Wide Shut, the director's final, very much underrated masterwork+-+264724027516267ocn164348124file20070.37The philosophy of Stanley KubrickCriticism, interpretation, etcIn The Philosophy of Stanley Kubrick, some of our most respected philosophers investigate Kubrick's art to illuminate his view of reality. In films like 2001: A Space Odyssey, Eyes Wide Shut, and Dr. Strangelove, Kubrick explores the world honestly, mirroring the vast complexity of the world of philosophy. Dividing the book into sections on war, love, history, and other rich topics, the contributors find ample proof of the philosophical genius of Stanley Kubrick+-+4107268635324130914ocn000495569book19720.39Kagan, NormanThe cinema of Stanley KubrickCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+277959173511845ocn007574241book19820.50Nelson, Thomas AllenKubrick, inside a film artist's mazeCriticism, interpretation, etcOverview: This expanded edition of Thomas Nelson's trenchant study of a master of film includes new chapters on Full Metal Jacket and Eyes Wide Shut. In the wake of the director's death, Nelson reconsiders his body of work as a whole. By placing Kubrick in a historical and theoretical context, this study is a reliable guide into--and out of--Stanley Kubrick's cinematic maze+-+883757807532411555ocn669510490file20060.50Depth of field Stanley Kubrick, film, and the uses of historyCriticism, interpretation, etcDirector of some of the most controversial films of the twentieth century, Stanley Kubrick created a reputation as a Hollywood outsider as well as a cinematic genius. His diverse yet relatively small oeuvre--he directed only thirteen films during a career that spanned more than four decades--covers a broad range of the themes that shaped his century and continues to shape the twenty-first: war and crime, gender relations and class conflict, racism, and the fate of individual agency in a world of increasing social surveillance and control. In Depth of Field, leading screenwriters and scholars analyze Kubrick's films from a variety of perspectives. They examine such groundbreaking classics as Dr. Strangelove and 2001: A Space Odyssey and later films whose critical reputations are still in flux. Depth of Field ends with three viewpoints on Kubrick's final film, Eyes Wide Shut, placing it in the contexts of film history, the history and theory of psychoanalysis, and the sociology of sex and power. Probing Kubrick's whole body of work, Depth of Field is the first truly multidisciplinary study of one of the most innovative and controversial filmmakers of the twentieth century+-+656167447586110ocn000163811book19710.37Walker, AlexanderStanley Kubrick directs7918ocn035229273book19960.27LoBrutto, VincentStanley Kubrick : a biographyBiographyBiography of motion picture director Stanley Kubrick, discussing his childhood, experiences as an independent producer and director, reputation as a recluse and enigma, success in mainstream films, and includes a filmography+-+87496610067613ocn039093670book19990.27Walker, AlexanderStanley Kubrick, director"Alexander Walker's Stanley Kubrick, Director, first published in 1971, is the only book ever written with Kubrick's cooperation. This new edition, revised and expanded to include every Kubrick film from A Clockwork Orange to Full Metal Jacket to Eyes Wide Shut - the just-released erotic thriller starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman - again received the approval of the reclusive director, who before his death allowed the use of illustrations taken directly from his films' frames." "In addition to being fully authorized, Stanley Kubrick, Director is a dissection of how Kubrick conceived, shot, and created his films, as well as a frame-by-frame examination of the inimitable style that infuses every Kubrick movie, from the pitch-perfect hilarity of Lolita to the icy supremacy of 2001: A Space Odyssey to the baroque horror of The Shining."--BOOK JACKET+-+K6519584857325ocn043567599book20000.28Herr, MichaelKubrickBiographyThe author provides a firsthand portrait of his friend and colleague, Stanley Kubrick, describing the life and career of the legendary director, dispelling myths about him, and reflecting on his influence on the world of filmmaking+-+23638675357324ocn043845608book20010.35Kubrick, StanleyStanley Kubrick : interviewsInterviewsFrom his first feature film, Fear and Desire (1953), to his final, posthumously released Eyes Wide Shut (1999), Stanley Kubrick excelled at probing the dark corners of human consciousness. In doing so, he adapted such popular novels as The Killing, Lolita, A Clockwork Orange, and The Shining and selected a wide variety of genres for his films -- black comedy (Dr. Strangelove), science fiction (2001: A Space Odyssey), and war (Paths of Glory and Full Metal Jacket). Because he was peerless in unveiling the intimate mysterie+-+41471532066875ocn036954567book19970.28Baxter, JohnStanley Kubrick : a biographyBiography+-+80395213256154ocn045556222book20000.56Rasmussen, Randy LorenStanley Kubrick : seven films analyzedCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyStanley Kubrick had a great talent for creating memorable images--such as his famous jump cut from a bone tossed into the prehistoric sky to a spaceship orbiting the earth in 2001. Like the composer of a great symphony, Kubrick also had the ability to draw his memorable moments into a lyrical whole. Balancing harmony with discord, he kept viewers on edge by constantly shifting relationships among the dramatic elements in his movies. The results often confounded expectations and provoked controversy, right up through Eyes Wide Shut, the last film of his life. This book is an intensive, scene-by-scene analysis of Kubricks most mature work--seven meticulously wrought films, from Dr. Strangelove to Eyes Wide Shut. In these films, Kubrick dramatized the complexity and mutability of the human struggle, in settings so diverse that some critics have failed to see the common threads. Rasmussen traces those threads and reveals the always shifting, always memorable, always passionately rendered pattern+-+25235913255789ocn008431628book19800.39Ciment, MichelKubrickCriticism, interpretation, etcAlbum sur Kubrick où l'image joue un rôle essentiel. Chaque film est abondamment illustré en couleurs et en noir et blanc. Cette édition difinitive est enrichie de nouveaux témoignages, d'entretiens (rares) avec le metteur en scène et d'une section consacrée à son dernier film ##Eyes wide shut##5175ocn047984968book20010.59Chion, MichelKubrick's cinema odysseyCriticism, interpretation, etcCritic and theorist of film sound, Michel Chion, offers some keys to understanding 2001. Setting the film first in its historical and cultural contexts (the Space Race, the Cold War, 60s psychedelia), Chion goes on to locate it within Kubrick's career. He then conducts an analysis of its structure and style, arguing that 2001 is an 'absolute film', a unique assemblage of cinema's elements, through which pulses a vision of human existence. In a supplementary chapter Chion argues that Kubrick's last film, Eyes Wide Shut (1999), is a return to 2001, a final statement of its concerns. And in a series of appendices Chion provides production details, an analytic synopsis, credits and a consideration of the legacy of 2001+-+54835260355137ocn047117889book20020.35Phillips, Gene DThe encyclopedia of Stanley KubrickBiographyEncyclopediasSurveys the director's life and career with information on his films, key people in his life, technical information, themes, locations, and film theory, arranged alphabetically by topic+-+74389516354962ocn045890467book20030.31Ciment, MichelKubrick : the definitive editionCriticism, interpretation, etcThe French critic and film historian examines Kubrick's thirteen films and offers three interviews with the reclusive director+-+51344662054632ocn064510960book20060.59Sperb, JasonThe Kubrick facade : faces and voices in the films of Stanley KubrickCriticism, interpretation, etc"In The Kubrick Facade, Jason Sperb examines the narrative ambiguity of the director's films - from the voice-over narration in early works to the blank faces of characters in later ones. In doing so, Sperb shows how both devices struggle to make sense of the chaos and sterility of the cinematic surface. All thirteen of Kubrick's feature-length films are discussed in chronological order, from the little-seen and long-neglected Fear and Desire to the posthumous release of Eyes Wide Shut."--BOOK JACKET+-+K0030356354352ocn163064454book20070.59Naremore, JamesOn KubrickHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc'On Kubrick' provides a critical account of the films of Stanley Kubrick, from his earliest feature to his final posthumous project. It offers a provocative analysis of each of his films, with new information about production histories and cultural contexts+-+97962099364101ocn854579016visu20130.18Room 237 being an inquiry into The shining in 9 partsCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsIn 1980 Stanley Kubrick released his masterpiece of modern horror, The Shining. Over 30 years later we're still struggling to understand its hidden meanings. Rodney Ascher's wry and provocative documentary fuses fact and fiction through interviews with both fanatics and scholars, creating a kaleidoscopic deconstruction of Kubrick's still-controversial classic4094ocn228676612book20080.50Rice, JulianKubrick's hope : discovering optimism from 2001 to Eyes wide shutCriticism, interpretation, etcFrom the Publisher: In this new interpretation of Kubrick's films, Julian Rice suggests that the director's work had a more positive outlook than most people credit him. Beginning with 2001: A Space Odyssey and continuing through A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket, and Eyes Wide Shut, Rice illuminates Kubrick's thinking at the time he made each film+-+4157135635+-+5728132125+-+5728132125Fri Mar 21 16:12:36 EDT 2014batch86952