Friday, April 18, 2003

The Shining

The Family of Man

Another interpretation on the Kubrick suspense classic: “But The Shining is not really about the murders at the Overlook Hotel. It is about the murder of a race—the race of Native Americans—and the consequences of that murder.” Bill Blakemore, “The Family of Man,” San Francisco Chronicle, 1987, now on the web at

philm shorts ::: from editor :::
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