Becoming one of the biggest names in film history, Stanley Kubrick has consummated his career by obsessively imposing perfection on his films. Little concerned with dogmatic barriers built in the seventh art, the filmmaker, on several occasions, conceived controversial films, escaping the common. Owner of a short film career (directed only 13 feature films), Kubrick stands out for the unique quality of each film produced. Here, we have brought in ten fabulous works by the director, even though he understands that all of his filmography is precious and undoubtedly needed by fans of the seventh art.
10º – Barry Lyndon (Stanley Kubrick, 1975)The plot develops from the life of a young Irishman belonging to a low social class in the eighteenth century. The film gains its dynamicity when the young man gains the trust and the love of a widow included in the noble part of the place, gaining its place in the high echelon place. ‘Barry Lyndon’ has a rhythm and atmosphere unlike those of Stanley Kubrick’s traditional cinema, notable for its cadenced charge, which explores every nuance of the plot in more than three hours of film.
9º – Dr. Strangelove (Stanley Kubrick, 1964)Set during the height of tension between the US and the Soviet Union, ‘Dr. Strangelove’ proposes a sarcastic look at human stupidity and the destructive power of its erratic behaviors in the world.
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