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  Fans of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining have been chattering about the movie's bizarre conspiracy theory connections for years. Some have been obsessed with drawing lines between the horror opus and the Holocaust, the killing of Native Americans, and more. It's all documented in the new film Room 237, which refers to the haunted suite in the movie's Overlook Hotel. Read our original review of the film here. Kubrick seemed to be a relatively guarded man, and we've been wondering what the response to the film has been like amongst his close-knit community of trusted associates. The New York Times recently spoke to the iconic director's former personal assistant Leon Vitali. He was the man responsible for casting the role of Danny, which went to child...

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