Stanley Kubrick and the Apollo Hoax

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Re: Stanley Kubrick and the Apollo Hoax

Unread post by SacredCowSlayer » Wed Jul 22, 2020 5:26 pm

Thank you for starting this topic. It’s a welcome break from the Corono(scam) that has managed to simulate a god-like omnipresence for the past 4–5 months (though it feels longer).

I wanted to point out a couple of small observations before I forget. One, with respect to Pokerniko’s comment about the “switch on the far left in the first picture . . . disappear[ing] in the second picture.” Correct me if I’m wrong, but, it looks to me like the actress’s head is directly covering where that switch would be.

That said, there are other inconsistencies, such as the lower portion of the window frame just beneath the “Office” sign.

Lastly (for now), it may be worth noting that the character Jack Torrance (from The Shining) shares the same first name as the one Stanley Kubrick’s father went by: according to his Wikipedia page, “[h]e [Stanley] was the first of two children of Jacob Leonard Kubrick (May 21, 1902 – October 19, 1985), known as Jack or Jacques . . .”

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Re: Stanley Kubrick and the Apollo Hoax

Unread post by michiganj » Wed Jul 22, 2020 6:32 pm

Pokerniko wrote:
Wed Jul 22, 2020 3:37 am
In the picture your posted about the clock changing its position, I also noticed that they added some kind of refrigerator just below it and that the switch on far left in the first picture (the one next to the door) disappear in the second picture.
Ah, the disappearing light switches. I'd almost forgot.

Earlier there was a continuity error when Hallorann is giving Wendy and Danny a tour of the kitchen.

They enter room C4...

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...and later exit room C3.

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As they walk down the hall you see the red lights above the doors.

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They're either meant to represent photographic darkrooms or a closed studio set. Or both?

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Oh well, since we're in the kitchen.
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Re: Stanley Kubrick and the Apollo Hoax

Unread post by Pokerniko » Wed Jul 22, 2020 6:59 pm

SCS:

"it looks to me like the actress’s head is directly covering where that switch would be.”

I don't think so, the switch is higher and right next to the padlock

"That said, there are other inconsistencies, such as the lower portion of the window frame just beneath the “Office” sign."

I noticed that detail too but I think in the first picture the door is open while it is closed in the second one.

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Re: Stanley Kubrick and the Apollo Hoax

Unread post by SacredCowSlayer » Wed Jul 22, 2020 7:11 pm

Pokerniko wrote:
Wed Jul 22, 2020 6:59 pm
SCS:

"it looks to me like the actress’s head is directly covering where that switch would be.”

I don't think so, the switch is higher and right next to the padlock

"That said, there are other inconsistencies, such as the lower portion of the window frame just beneath the “Office” sign."

I noticed that detail too but I think in the first picture the door is open while it is closed in the second one.
Yes, you are correct. The switch should be just to right of the padlock. I was looking for the other set of switches over (and lower) on the right. Thanks for correcting my tunnel vision.

Also, it does look like the door being open/closed likely accounts for that window frame “inconsistency” that I pointed out.

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Re: Stanley Kubrick and the Apollo Hoax

Unread post by michiganj » Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:49 pm

Why did Stanley change the topiary animals in Stephen King's novel to a hedge maze?



Wasn't that nice of dear Em and Pee to bring poor Alex a fruit basket.

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Starting with Dr. Strangelove, in some form or another, there is a rabbit in every film.


Dr. Strangelove
Notice the words "bloody March Hare" are absent from the subtitles.




A Clockwork Orange
In Nadsat slang rabbit means work. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix ... ork_Orange




Barry Lyndon


The name of the inn where Barry had his leg amputated is THE WHITE HARE.

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The Shining
This one's pretty simple, there's Bugs Bunny on Danny's shirt...

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...and a stuffed Bugs Bunny in the Big Wheel.

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On a side note: The black thing on the floor is a Golliwog doll.
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Chapter 22 from the novel.

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Full Metal Jacket




Eyes Wide Shut
Bugs Bunny reciting The Night Before Christmas



This shot only happens once in the film.
You'll need to flip it 180° and zoom in. The book title that can barely be made out is John Updike - In The Beauty of the Lilies.

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John Updike is best known for his Rabbit series of novels.

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