Movie Theater  The Set of “The Shining” is Intentionally Impossib

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"The set in “The Shining” appears to be intentionally designed to confuse and freak out viewers, through subtle “impossible and illusionary designs used by Kubrick to disorientate the viewer, and to communicate the illusionary nature of the Overlook Hotel.” Kubrick expert Rob Ager explains in this weirdly fascinating, mind-bending two-part video (full of spoilers, obviously!):"

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    Re: The Set of “The Shining” is Intentionally Impossib

    wow
     

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    never even noticed that stuff. makes it a little extra crazy.