Kubrick's cinema odyssey

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British Film Institute, 2001 - Performing Arts - 194 pages
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In this multilayered study, Michel Chion offers some keys to understanding Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey". Setting the film in its historical and cultural contexts, Chion goes on to locate it within Kubrick's career.

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The single best volume on Kubrick. Chion, a renowned French artist and critic, is brilliant and his analysis manages to shed light in places where others have invariably failed. A particularly ... Read full review

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The single best volume on Kubrick. Chion, a renowned French artist and critic, is brilliant and his analysis manages to shed light in places where others have invariably failed. A particularly ... Read full review

Contents

Structure
50
Style
75
Towards the Absolute Film
112
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Michel Chion is a film-maker, lecturer and Cahiers du Cinema critic. He is the author of David Lynch (bfi, 1995) and a series of books on sound, including The Voice in Cinema.