Room 237

Room 237
  • 2012
  • US
  • 1h 42min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Rodney Ascher
  • Cast: Bill Blakemore, Juli Kearns, Geoffrey Cocks
  • UK release: 26 October 2012

Frighteningly engrossing documentary about some of the supposedly hidden meanings to be found in Kubrick’s classic movie The Shining, from the quite plausible to the utterly barmy. Terrifically imaginative and superbly executed, it's also an interesting comment on the nature of film appreciation in general.

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Room 237

5 Oct 20124 stars

Compelling documentary about the hidden meanings in Kubrick's The Shining

This frighteningly engrossing documentary presents a series of (supposedly) hidden meanings to be found imbedded in Stanley Kubrick’s modern horror classic The Shining. The various readings of the film, which range from quite plausible to utterly balmy…

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