Would you pay $700 for a book about Kubrick's unfinished film, Napolean??

Reply Sat 5 Dec, 2009 01:00 am
A volume big and obsessive enough to contain Stanley Kubrick’s never-made masterpiece, Napoleon.

By Tobias Grey Published Nov 29, 2009

The book"edited by Taschen’s Alison Castle (who also put together 2005’s The Stanley Kubrick Archives)"offers a tantalizing glimpse into what might have been. The immense shell opens to reveal six smaller books, each with a different theme (costumes, locations, production) plus three small notebook-style volumes. There’s also a reproduction of Kubrick’s screenplay, the first he’s known to have written on his own

Read more: The History of Stanley Kubrick's Never-Made Mega-Epic, 'Napoleon' -- New York Magazine http://nymag.com/arts/books/features/62378/#ixzz0YnLXKspr
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Reply Sat 5 Dec, 2009 01:08 am
The easy answer to that, tsar, is yes, if I had lots of money. I'd love to have it! Sounds fascinating.
But the realistic answer is no ... for obvious reasons! Sad
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Reply Sat 5 Dec, 2009 02:10 am
I wouldnt pay $700 for the real Napoleon, let alone a book by Kubrick about him.
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Reply Sat 5 Dec, 2009 03:10 am
I would not pay anything for a book where his name was spelled "Napolean".
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