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Guide to Kulchur, Episode 10
Eyes Wide Shut
Greg Johnson joins Fróði Midjord on the latest Guide to Kulchur to discuss Stanley Kubrick’s last movie, Eyes Wide Shut (1999), which is about elite societies involved in occult sex rituals in modern-day New York. They discuss how beneath the surface, the film deals with how powerful elites use sex and illusions as tools for social control. Available on both YouTube and Spreaker.
Listen to “”Eyes Wide Shut” (guest: Dr. Greg Johnson) – Guide to Kulchur, ep 10″ on Spreaker.
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It has been many years since I saw the movie, but I recommend that anyone who watches it pay close attention to the interplay of colors and light, especially red and blue. This is a fanciful conceit that Kubrick uses to highlight the internal states of the characters, and how they are related to external events, like in a dream. This is easy to miss if you’re not looking for it, but once you notice it it adds a new dimension to almost every scene.
Its ironic that the film is about the subject of sex, and yet sex never really occurs on screen with the Cruise nor Kidman characters. He storms out looking for it. Whether he is frustrated with not getting it, or if it is somehow deliberate on his part is hard to say.
Please include a download link for the audio on future posts.
If you click the Spreaker link, you will easily find the download.
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