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Room 237

Released on 01 April 2013

Featuring: Bill Blakemore, Geoffrey Cocks & Juli Kearns

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An exploration into the numerous theories regarding the subtexts within Stanley Kubrick's phenomenal horror THE SHINING. The original film may be over 30 years old, but it continues to inspire debate, speculation and mystery.

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 Clever?Yes All of it? Nah

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This Documentary must have truly taken a loyal following Years! to produce.It goes into every hidden message and subliminal meaning scattered throughout the film.Some.like the references to American Indians in various scenes,are clever and have a logic to them,but others like The Erection scene(you'll understand what im talking about when you see it)and the Doc Directors insistance that the Face of Kubrick is blended into a group of clouds in the opening scene,are just ridiculous.Then when the movie starts to go into the possibility that Kubrick helped fake the Apollo Moon landing,you really do start to lose your trial of thought.It boils down to that old situation where if you stare at the corner of a dark room for long enough,you'll scare yourself silly by seeing a face.You could analize any film to Death and make of it exactly what you want.Is convincing others thats the hard part.

 Clever?Yes All of it? Nah

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This Documentary must have truly taken a loyal following Years! to produce.It goes into every hidden message and subliminal meaning scattered throughout the film.Some.like the references to American Indians in various scenes,are clever and have a logic to them,but others like The Erection scene(you'll understand what im talking about when you see it)and the Doc Directors insistance that the Face of Kubrick is blended into a group of clouds in the opening scene,are just ridiculous.Then when the movie starts to go into the possibility that Kubrick helped fake the Apollo Moon landing,you really do start to lose your trial of thought.It boils down to that old situation where if you stare at the corner of a dark room for long enough,you'll scare yourself silly by seeing a face.You could analize any film to Death and make of it exactly what you want.Is convincing others thats the hard part.

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ActorsBill Blakemore, Geoffrey Cocks, Juli Kearns, John Fell Ryan, Jay Weidner, Buffy Visick, Scatman Crothers, Tom Cruise, Barry Dennen, Keir Dullea, Nicole Kidman, Stephen King, Stanley Kubrick, Danny Lloyd & Barry Nelson
DirectorRodney Ascher
Certificate15 years and over
Year2012
ScreenWidescreen
LanguagesEnglish
Duration1 hour and 42 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.