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New. Still in publisher's original shrinkwrap. "For almost four decades, viewers have crept with the Torrances through Overlook corridors and run through its maze. Now in the largest collection of new and reprint interviews, essays, and reminiscences on Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining' to date (along with many unseen photographs), we can discover who or what else moved beside us. Crafting this ultimate slow-burn movie out of 1.3 million feet of film (and forever tempting Shinologists to scry its hidden messages), Kubrick and team abandoned the traditional arc and classical three-act structure for something altogether different, affecting and lasting. Editor Danel Olson invites cast, crew, and film scholars to explain how a movie described as both simple and uneventful can affect us so."
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