Kubricks is a 2013 UK experimental film directed by Dean Cavanagh and Josh Cavanagh, and produced by Creation Records CEO Alan Mcgee. Starring Roger Evans, Gavin Bain and Joanna Pickering, the film is influenced by and pays homage to Stanley Kubrick. It plays with ideas of consensus reality, quantum phenomena, synchronicity and symbolism.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Donald (Roger Evans) is a desperate film director obsessed with Stanley Kubrick who escapes from a mental asylum to hide at the home of Alan Mcgee (who plays himself). The lead actors Gavin Bain and Joanna Pickering (conjured up as mirrors to Jack and Wendy Torrance in The Shining or Dr. Bill and his wife in Eyes Wide Shut) are exposed to unusual methods to gain performance, and with help of a real onset neuro-linguist therapist (Chris Madden) observing. The actors begin to turn on one another, with their own existence thrown into question in the director's quest to make a feature film with no cast, crew or clue on how to do it.
Cast[edit | edit source]
Roger Evans as Donald The Director
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Style[edit | edit source]
Kubricks is described as a subjective film that leaves space for interpretation. Dean Cavanagh was influenced by Stanley Kubrick by the ways he conveyed messages through symbols, codes and puzzles in his films.
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Soundtrack[edit | edit source]
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References[edit | edit source]
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