Spartacus, Lolita, Full Metal Jacket. Just three of Kubrick’s epic oeuvre of 15 films produced over a period of 46 years.
The exhibition is a series of ‘rooms’, each one dedicated to a different film. The first room introduces Kubrick’s career – he started off as a photographer for Look Magazine. Then you progress through his history. In each room scenes from the film are shown on a big screen. The walls are covered in various memorabilia such as items from the film set, photos, and letters. In the middle of the room you can sit down and watch a documentary: the story behind the film, its production and how cinemagoers received it (Woody Allen needed to see 2001: A Space Odyssey several times before he could appreciate it).