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Color Me Kubrick (2005)

Colour Me Kubrick: A True...ish Story (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 4 January 2006 (France)
The true story of a man who posed as director Stanley Kubrick during the production of Kubrick's last film, Eyes Wide Shut, despite knowing very little about his work and looking nothing like him.

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Charles
Scott Baker ...
Waiter
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Denzil
Angus Barnett ...
Ace
Lynda Baron ...
Mrs. Vitali
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Trolley Lady
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Alex Witchell
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Madam
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Cyril
Paul Burnham ...
Hex Mortimer
Paul Chowdhry ...
Pub Announcer
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TV Journalist 2
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Waldegrave
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Police Duty Sgt
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TV Journalist 1
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In London in the 1990s, a balding alcoholic with an unsteady American accent introduces himself in pubs and other social settings as Stanley Kubrick. Drinks and meals are suddenly on the house or paid for by an admiring person, usually a man, whose costumes, band, acting abilities or what have you, Stanley finds fascinating. He's actually Alan Conway (1934-1998): we watch him parlay a self-confident manner and a small amount of movie knowledge into a persona whom others immediately hang their dreams on. In exchange, Stanley asks only that they pay the bill. Will he be exposed? Do prosecution and prison await? Or has the National Health something else in mind? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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A True...ish Story. See more »

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Comedy | Drama

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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4 January 2006 (France)  »

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Color Me Kubrick  »

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Opening Weekend:

$37,201 (USA) (23 March 2007)

Gross:

$70,677 (USA) (20 April 2007)
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Peter Sallis: A patient in the asylum. See more »

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1st boy in bar: Of course,
[Kubrick]
1st boy in bar: left his calling card in 2001: A Space Odyssey. But none of us recognised it.
2nd boy in bar: 2001?
1st boy in bar: Yes. HAL, the computer. Camp as a row of tents. Positively Danny Debonair with that voice. That's why he killed the astronaut, wanted to be alone with the other beefcake.
2nd boy in bar: Oh. What's he working on now... Kubrick?
1st boy in bar: He's doing a remake of that Julie Christie film, 'Darling.' She's a boy this time. They wouldn't let John Schlesinger get away with *that* in the 1960s.
2nd boy in bar: Sounds captivating.
1st boy in bar: It is dear...
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It's All About Me
Performed by Bryan Adams
Written by Bryan Adams and Gretchen Peters
© Badams Music Limited (ASCAP) Admin. By Sony/ATV Tunes LLC
2004 Badman Ltd
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Malkovich' s One Man Show
11 May 2017 | by (Santa Cruz. CA) – See all my reviews

Outrageous, delightful, astonishing one man show by the phenomenal John Malkovich. They tell us the story is a true-ish tale and they could have fooled me because it feels, the story and the character, like escapees from a Monty Python project. John Malkovich goes further that most people who ventures into a trueish story. Leonardo Di Caprio in "Catch Me If You Can" plays a true life con who gets away with the most incredible things but we buy that people buy it because there is something so believable in Di Caprio's persona. John Malkovich goes the opposite way. He doesn't care whether you believe it or not because he believes it. It is a spectacular performance and that alone makes Color Me Kubrick a must.


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