Examining a life’s work

Nathan Abrams takes a look at Stanley Kubrick’s films through the lens of his Jewish identity.

August 23, 2018 16:24
4 minute read.
Examining a life’s work

kubrick. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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Judaism was central to master director Stanley Kubrick’s work, according to Nathan Abrams’s book Stanley Kubrick: New York Jewish Intellectual, a thorough examination of the expression of Jewish feeling and ideas in the director’s work.

Abrams has written a book that will appeal to literary intellectuals and film geeks alike, although some of his analyses lean more toward academic film theory.


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