Full Metal Jacket

The Myth of Macho: Full Metal Jacket

Ariel Schudson dives into the way Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket explores issues of masculinity in the face of the Vietnam War. Full Metal Jacket, in all its visual and narrative glory, creates a harsh and terrible landscape that brings this film closer to a coming-of-age-horror picture like Carrie (Brian De Palma, 1976) than a simple war picture Read MoreRead More

Stanley Kubrick and the One Point Perspective

Stanley Kubrick owns the term “Obsessive Visual Filmmaker” and one of the hallmarks of the Stanley Kubrick look is the one point perspective shot. This supercut by kogonada demonstrates the persistent vision of the filmmaking master.
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