Former staff photographer for Look Magazine.
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[on film critics] I find a lot of critics misunderstand my films; probably everybody's films. Very few of them spend enough time thinking about them. They look at the film once, they don't really remember what they saw, and they write the review in an hour. I mean, one spent more time on a book report in school.
He once called Ken Russell
in the early 1970s but ended the conversation abruptly because, according to Russell, he had been frightened by a bee. He then called several days later to ask Russell where he had found the lovely English locations for his period films. Russell told him and Kubrick used the locations in his next film, Barry Lyndon
(1975). Russell said, "I felt quite chuffed.".
Very strong visual style with heavy emphasis on symbolism