The Territorial Imperative of Stanley Kubrick

We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
“I’d rather not discuss the film.”
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
“It takes about a year to let an idea reach an obsessional state so I know what I really want to do with it.”
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
“The feel of the experience is the important thing, not the ability to verbalize or analyze it.”
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
“You have to be prepared to make adjustments.”
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.
We’ve just spent eight hours interviewing Stanley Kubrick.

After 2001 came out, Stanley Kubrick agreed to be interviewed by the newspaper BOOKS, on the condition that he could review and edit the transcript. The interview lasted for eight hours; Kubrick approved four comments. To fill the half of the front page that had been set aside for publication, BOOKS published the above, under the full-paper-width headline “The Territorial Imperative of Stanley Kubrick.”

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