Stanley Kubrick Reversals

Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick was born July 26, 1928 but sadly passed away on March 7, 1999. He was an amazing American film director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor, and photographer. He was known for such works as A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Shining, and Dr Strangelove along with many, many other great works in the cinema. There is a pervasive conspiracy theory that Kubrick had been involved with faked footage of the NASA moon landings during the filming of 2001: A Space Odyssey and Colour Me Kubrick.

 

Stanley Kubrick – “..we have [made since the elect] Moon landing, it is, they stopped in 1972. What, what sense does that even make that if we went there what, three or four times between ’69 and ’72 and haven’t gone since nor has anyone else not even the Russians, it’s just, it’s a little bit of stretch.” – Deadly to scam.

 

Stanley Kubrick – “[We can’t tell people the truth], that we can’t get to the Moon. It would be disastrous for NASA ah, their, their funding would dry up, people wouldn’t have faith in them anymore, they just, there would be like a, a… Yes it would be absolutely over.” – First of all people, I thank you.

 

Stanley Kubrick – “(Interviewer) Well I mean that, just to go it the first time, I mean, I, so just to keep the funding going, why, because? (Kubrick) [Well obviously why], what do you mean, I don’t understand. (Interviewer) What, why this, they wanted to lie about the Moon landing to keep the funding going, why? (Kubrick) Just to keep, to keep NASA viable. (Interviewer) Why, why though, why? (Kubrick) Why not?” – Now, we’ll save our hope.

 

Stanley Kubrick – “..we have made since the elect Moon landing, it is, they stopped in 1972. What, what [sense does that even make that] if we went there what, three or four times between ’69 and ’72 and haven’t gone since nor has anyone else not even the Russians, it’s just, it’s a little bit of stretch.” – It began to be as a test.

 

Stanley Kubrick – “..though Nixon did that, this, this part was, this [next part was hard for him to say]. He looked at his drink crowned like this and said, ‘Were, we have to fake this, we have to fake this this Moon landing. Just keep interest in NASA and in the time, and at, in, in the next few years we might actually be able to for real.'” – NASA because they’re upset.

 

Stanley Kubrick – “..Oval Office because the walls seemed to be closing in anyway but, anyway ah, there we were and he , he, he, you know, like he was ah, expressing how desperate he was ta, to go to the Moon but not literally go to the Moon but to, to have people think we were going to the Moon. He was worried about ah, [well his own perception because he just] became president…” – Said give me that proposal.

 

Stanley Kubrick – “[What they, what they believed was]…” – Some evil, evil, evil.

 

Stanley Kubrick – “..a film, fake, a fake landing with fake astronauts, well not real astronauts but [fake uh, uh, faking the] exploration of space. (Interviewer) Be, because they just knew they couldn’t get there. (Kubrick) Because there was just no way we could get there.” – Then we gave then a gift.

 

Stanley Kubrick – “This Moon landing, it would do nothing but increase the reputation and we could [go, we could go again] and again if we have to.” – They go to the board.

 

Stanley Kubrick – “..there was yes, there was a uh, [if you might remember there was] a uh, uh, a launch pad accident in ’67 which killed…” – They will remember everything.