All work and no play

All Work and No Play, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin uncover the lengths Kubrick went to during production of The Shining: ‘Never one to stint on artistic integrity and veracity, Kubrick used no shortcuts for the relatively simple scene… instead of having the sentence typed on only the few sheets seen by viewers, the director asked his secretary Margaret Warrington to type it on each one of the 500-odd sheets in the stack. What’s more, he also had Warrington type up an equivalent number of manuscript pages in four languages—French, German, Italian, Spanish—for foreign releases of the film.’ See the link for the translations.

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