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You can’t just end midsentence like that. This is Stanley Kubrick, not Franz Kafka.

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Elijah Fly said on May 13th, 2013 at 10:39 am

Personally, I find Kubrick to be a perfectionist only to keep on filming until he finally finds the shot that ‘feels’ right. as someone that’s actually made (student) films, it’s about getting the the right amount of material, and stitching together the best version.

I just see a very smart, successful guy with a lot of resources that put a lot of thought into each shot, and was able to shoot till he got it right. nothing more, nothing less.

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@Sumguy: I actually finished that sentence at least twice, but I decided that going any further with the gag a) didn’t make it any funnier, and b) risked turning the comments section into an actual discussion of the gag hidden meaning, which sounded very much not-fun because all the hidden meanings I could think of revolved around the duality between Audrey and Audrey II, and the way that the original ending killed off Audrey and the reshoots killed off Audrey II. So I decided that the point was made, and left it at that. :)

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