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ROOM 237

In the documentary ROOM 237, filmmaker Rodney Ascher delves into the symbols and motifs in Stanley Kubrick's classic film THE SHINING, revealing even more secrets hidden within the story more than 30 years later. A filmmaker as rigorously detailed as Kubrick demands close examination, and THE SHINING is a film loaded with oddities that become "curiouser and curiouser" the farther down the rabbit hole you fall. (Note courtesy AFI FEST.) DIR/SCR Rodney Ascher; PROD Tim Kirk. U.S., 2012, color, 102 min. NOT RATED

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