Napoleon: A Screenplay

Napoleon: A Screenplay

Stanley Kubrick / Oct 21, 2020

Napoleon A Screenplay The screenplay for Kubrick s never produced film about the life of the French emperor

  • Title: Napoleon: A Screenplay
  • Author: Stanley Kubrick
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Unbound
  • The screenplay for Kubrick s never produced film about the life of the French emperor.

    • Best Download [Stanley Kubrick] ↠ Napoleon: A Screenplay || [Psychology Book] PDF ß
      226 Stanley Kubrick
    • thumbnail Title: Best Download [Stanley Kubrick] ↠ Napoleon: A Screenplay || [Psychology Book] PDF ß
      Posted by:Stanley Kubrick
      Published :2020-07-17T18:23:11+00:00

    About "Stanley Kubrick"

      • Stanley Kubrick

        Stanley Kubrick was an influential American filmmaker, screenwriter and producer He directed a number of highly acclaimed and sometimes controversial films Kubrick was noted for the scrupulous care with which he chose his subjects, his slow method of working, the variety of genres he worked in, his technical perfectionism, and his reclusiveness about his films and personal life enpedia wiki Stanley_Kubrick


    132 Comments

    1. Did the story get all the facts right? That I don't know. I know this was Kubrick's dream project. I know that passion is documented by how much he researched on the subject (reportedly read 500 books) and the interviews of people describing that period of preparation. We will never see it but we want to say it truly is the greatest film never made. I think Barry Lyndon has the closest visual reference to what it could have looked like It's just missing the massive scope and grandeur of a figure [...]


    2. Napoleon provides the reader with full range of sensation, from bucolic amusement (excellent scene with Madame Trillaud and Josephine) to thrill that keeps you on the edge of your seat. It's well-constructed and despite I found it rather predictable, it's a real masterpiece. Utterly flawless, action-packed, full of spectacular battle sequences, Napoleon is definitely worth reading, you would enjoy it. It pulled me in for 5 hours, if Kubrick made it, it would be legendary.


    3. It's easy to "see" the movie while reading this script, but if the film had been made, cinematic history would have several striking images of the emperor and the period d they would be modern cinematic history. We're poorer without them.


    Leave a Reply