It’s not entirely clear that Stanley Kubrick was a great artist. A phenomenal technician, certainly. A filmmaker of nearly unrivaled ambition, no question. But great art requires in some measure great humanity. The inexorability of human behavior in his films subjugates feeling to technique.
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