Stanley Kubrick – A Life in Pictures

Theatrical Release: May 2, 2001
Stanley Kubrick – A Life in Pictures
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Synopsis

The career and life of Stanley Kubrick is explored through pictures, clips from his films, his old home movies, comments from his colleagues and a narration by Tom Cruise.

Dove Review

The director of this film, Jan Harlan, a long-time producer for Stanley Kubrick, recently introduced the film at the second annual Traverse City Film Festival. He said if a film really needs an introduction, then something is wrong. This film is a fascinating biography of one of film’s best known directors, having directed such diverse films as “Dr. Strangelove,” to “2001: A Space Odyssey.” It is unfortunate that language prevents us from awarding our Dove Seal to this film, but we cannot approve it for families. It should be noted that there are strong sexual images too, especially in “Dr. Strangelove,” and “A Clockwork Orange.”

Content Description

Sex: Strong sexual innuendo.
Language: H-1; J-1; F-4; A-4; Geez-1; OMG-3; SOB-1; Bi*ch-1; Bas*ard-1
Violence: Man kicked in genitals, boy with a bloody ear, violent scenes in "A Clockwork Orange." Crimes committed.
Drugs: Smoking and drinking.
Nudity: Cleavage
Occult: None

Info

Company: Warner Brothers
Director: Jan Harlan
Producer: Jan Harlan
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 142 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter