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and Mentioned language kokteylsleng coined by Anthony Burgess for "A Clockwork Orange", the official, dry talks Barry Lyndon and his silent courtship of Lady Lyndon, Jack Torrance in "The Shining", writing a book, which consists of a single phrase, repeated page after page:"Jack just boring work and no play", and finally a few hundred soldiers abuse and scraps of slang instead of dialogues in "Full Metal jacket". Where such a suspicious attitude to the language? At first it was just a reaction timid, silent child's aggressive communicative medium.But soon, Kubrick realized that words - too imprecise means of expressing truth. His films consistently show that there are worlds where the language as a means of communication passes close to what the eye sees. If the image is quite convincing story of why we need words?There is no human activity - except perhaps, sex - which would have kept her communication to the elementary level, the war, and Kubrick with boyhood interest in armed conflict. The whole experience is embodied in "Full Metal jacket", a film about Vietnam in 1987 on a story by Gustav Hesforda.Throughout his life, Kubrick held the Manichean view of existence. This medieval heresy that captured some piece on time, even St. Augustine, says that the universe was created not only by God, but the opposing forces of good and evil, who are fighting for control of it. In 1980, during the filming of "Shining" Kubrick said:"In the human being there is something vicious by nature. She has a bad side. Horrific stories reveal the archetypes of the unconscious, making it possible to see the dark side of man, not facing it directly."Kirk Douglas and Stanley Kubrick Kubrick's work style to the extreme antagonistic, as if from the beginning he set out to show how little respect the accepted rules of the American cinema.In "Paths of Glory" he kept povestiistochnika story, but changed all the names, and the film was shot in Europe, however, bringing back almost a full American cast. Soon after that went to the UK to shoot "Lolita", looking "American" highway and motels in the London suburbs.In England, he managed, working night and day riprap to download the film Karam
and remain American director, rejecting an informal relationship with the film industry of America, became his second home. If Kubrick praised kakoynibud film, mostly because the producer - for example, Welles, Chaplin and Howard Hughes - denied the generally accepted rules of shooting.In 1979, he called the "All That Jazz" Bob Fosse, unusual autobiographical film, rehash "8 1/2" Fellini, "the best film that he, as he seems to have seen." In the minds, Kubrick followed Viennese psychoanalyst, particularly Carl Gustav Jung.English critic Adrian Turner noted that Kubrick's films raise questions of "universal nature of evil." Modern cinema does not know anything more than a cynical and fatalistic.