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yeah, they said he did extensive research so this must have been part of the script

it was an early example of trading early on inside information
Kubrick was had a Christian mindset. in one of the very few instances where he talks about his own views.. he said he has basically a Christian outlook:

Quote:2001 would give a little insight into my metaphysical interests. I'd be very surprised if the universe wasn't full of an intelligence of an order that to us would seem God-like. I find it very exciting to have a semi-logical belief that there's a great deal to the universe we don't understand, and that there is an intelligence of an incredible magnitude outside the Earth. It's something I've become more and more interested in. I find it a very exciting and satisfying hope.[5]

The clergyman in A Clockwork Orange, whom Kubrick has called "the moral voice of the story" says, "Goodness must come from within. Goodness must be chosen. If a man cannot choose, he ceases to be a man." In fact, Kubrick said in an interview with The New York Times that his view of man was closer to the Christian view than humanistic or Jewish views, as he said, "I mean, it's essentially Christian theology anyway, that view of man."

Kubrick also reportedly loved celebrating Christmas.. and you can see a lot of Xmas motifs in EYES WIDE SHUT
(10-27-2018 06:13 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]yeah, they said he did extensive research so this must have been part of the script

it was an early example of trading early on inside information

Yeah, apparently only Rothschild ships were allowed through the blockade! Which everyone in City of London must have known, and then he bluffed them all, by selling!

The Rothschilds, Rockefellers and Oppenheimers bought up the diamond fields of South Africa the same way, using a number of proxies. So people thought they were selling to some rando, meanwhile it was just one of probably 50 or so proxies for the same families.

If they had known it was one group consolidating they would have held out for a much higher price, I guess. And in the Waterloo case, they would not have sold at all, and would have been the ones buying!
OK... Barry Lyndon. IMO it is an autobiographical tale by Kubrick. Some people said he agreed to do the hoaxed manned Moon landing so he could have carte blanche the rest of his career.

Well, A Clockwork Orange would seem to bear that out, but Kubrick was forced to pull it from British theaters. Due to 'death threats'. Now let me ask you, do you think the death threats were from random people, as purported, or perhaps they came from a more... Specific... Group?

Then he wanted to film the Napoleon 'biopic' but was forced to scrap that too, for reasons we theorized earlier in this thread (in the last few pages). Around this time Kubrick became a recluse and stopped flying. He had actually been an amateur pilot before this... Hmmmm. What group specializes in assassination using plane crashes? Can't quite put my finger on it.

So he films Barry Lyndon, a story about an 'Irish rogue', who is very good at certain things, such as I suppose deception. He marries up (Christiane Harlan's uncle made propaganda films for the NAZIs), Barry Lyndon, that is, but is never really accepted as being part of the nobility (secret society/Illuminati). He is more like Bill Harford, just useful. Bill is a house doctor for the elite, a problem solver, in Eyes Wide Shut.

[Image: barry_lyndon.jpg]

The film is famous for a few things... One of them being the use of... NASA Zeiss camera lenses! That's right, lenses made specifically for NASA, for use on Apollo, used by Stanley Kubrick just a few years later! How did Kubrick even know about these lenses? Big Grin

"As iconic lenses go, perhaps no lens is quite as iconic as the famed NASA Zeiss f/0.7 glass Stanley Kubrick used to film a candle-lit scene using only natural light. In this video we get to see the lens, find out about the camera Kubrick modified to use it, and discover some of the tricks he employed to shoot that scene.

... the most fascinating by far (at least in our opinion) is the famed NASA f/0.7 lens and the custom-modified Mitchell 35mm cinema camera Kubrick used to shoot with it."

Well well well. Isn't that interesting. Is that another case of 1 degree of separation between Kubrick and the Apollo Program, or what?

One last thing... The movie 'Wag the Dog' is allegedly about Stanley Kubrick filming the Apollo Program. What is the name of the 'producer' in Wag the Dog? Stanley Motts. Motts,a clearly Jewish name. So any way, in Wag the Dog, why does Stanley Motts risk his life?

Because he "wants the credit."




"I did this for credit. For credit."
"Thats one thing but I'm not going to let two dickheads from film school take it!"
"Fuck my life. Fuck my life. I WANT the CREDIT."

He talks about his last picture he produced, "They called it a thrill ride for the ages but they didn't mention the producer. They talked about the COSTUMES."
Stanley Kubrick certainly never directed a thrill ride for the ages, and he also never won an Academy Award as Best Director! For real! 2001 didn't win, A Clockwork Orange didn't win, Barry Lyndon didn't win, Lolita didn't win, Dr Strangelove didn't win, Full Metal Jacket didn't win... But... Barry Lyndon did win a few Oscars!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/48th_Academy_Awards

One of them, for Best Costume Design! LOL
You can't make this stuff up. Hollywood is laughing at us.
About to watch first man and I am the only guy in the theater !!
wow . have fun
(10-31-2018 01:55 AM)trevorrice Wrote: [ -> ]About to watch first man and I am the only guy in the theater !!

Just remember, the toughest parts are landing upright on the Moon, lunar orbit rendezvous, and re-entry.

If the gloss over any of that... Not a good sign. And remember the monkeys that died from being in space for just over a week!

Imagine if the locked the keys in the Lunar Lander Big Grin Big Grin I kid I kid
it glosses over that, it glosses over the gemini 8 docking that was not really succesful.
They present the issues but not the answers.

I have to say that Claire Foy's acting was excellent.
(10-31-2018 04:17 AM)trevorrice Wrote: [ -> ]it glosses over that, it glosses over the gemini 8 docking that was not really succesful.
They present the issues but not the answers.

I have to say that Claire Foy's acting was excellent.

Try a docking in Earth orbit in Kerbal Space Program some time, and let me know how it goes Big Grin

Not saying it is impossible, it obviously isn't. But man, you are going to have some headaches doing it.

For example, they say they inch toward the Agena at 8cm a second. OK. That is nice and steady. But if the orbits aren't exact, you will actually start to drift apart again! If the orbits are exact, you can still have the attitude of the two spacecraft change in that time period (about 10 minutes, to close the ~50m at 8cm a second). I.E. the docking ports won't be pointed at each other any more! So you bump into each other but with a misalignment...

Now do this on the far side of the Moon, and your computer fails, and you aren't in radio contact...
lets just say, i wasnt convinced after the movie- still. The acting was good- Ryan Gosling put on a solid performance. Claire Foy was excellent.
It does show Buzz Aldrin being a bit off - in his comments and sensitivity. I am not sure why they presented that?--( EY- maybe thats a Psyop?)
there has been a concerted effort recently to portray Buzz as mentally unstable or senile

I think they are pre-empting a potential deathbed confession

they are trying to convince people through Hollywood magic that the moon landing happened as described.

the problem is people are LESS sensitive these days to hollywood propaganda due to info and smut overload

the first man flopped and didn't reach expectations
What were the Moon scenes like in First Man?

Did they actually hop around like 1/6th gravity, or where they trying to replicate the Apollo footage? Because after all, that is what 'real' footage from the Moon looks like Big Grin
Did they actually hop around like 1/6th gravity, or where they trying to replicate the Apollo footage? Because after all, that is what 'real' footage from the Moon looks like


they had first person footage and lot of shaking camera action. Tried to replicate the look of the "real" footage.

EY- I think you are 100% about Buzz Aldrin. He is made to look kind of like a douche, saying stuff that he shouldnt etc.
He is probably the weakest link in the moon landing cover up . He is going to sing soon.




Buzz, you can still go down as a hero. Do the right thing.
Buzz and Neal were some sort of public image astronauts. I think there other astronauts involved that lost there lives and we never knew who they were
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