Stanley Kubrick

The Killing

20 May, 1956

Kubrick directs his first full-length feature, The Killing, a story of a racetrack robbery gone wrong. Unlike his previous projects, he partners with producer James B. Harris and shoots with a professional cast and crew. It does not make much money, but it gets good reviews. Kubrick comments on his vision for the movie:

We are all used to seeing things in a certain way, with the light coming from some natural source…I try to duplicate this natural light in the filming. It makes for a feeling of greater reality.

"The Killing" Chess Club Scene (Stanley Kubrick, 1956)

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