Color Me Kubrick

(2007)

Billed as a cinema verite laffer, "Colour Me Kubrick' is based on events during the shooting of "Eyes Wide Shut" in London from 1998-99, when a man pretending to be legendary director Stanley Kubrick got into many of the city's most exclusive parties, restaurants and nightclubs. Playing on his willing victims' star-struck desire to believe, he was successful despite bearing no resemblance to Kubrick.

Anthony Frewin Adds Shades to ‘Color Me Kubrick’

Having worked very closely with famed director Stanley Kubrick, screenwriter Anthony Frewin brought a unique perspective in crafting the screenplay for Brian W. Cook's, Color Me Kubrick. The film is based on events during the shooting of Eyes Wide Shut in London from 1998-99, when a man pretending to be legendary director Stanley Kubrick got into many of the city's most exclusive parties, restaurants and nightclubs. Playing on his willing victims' star-struck desire to believe, he was successful despite bearing no resemblance to Kubrick.

We recently had a chance to interview Anthony Frewin to discuss his work on the film and his relationship to the late filmmaker.

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