Altered states, altered spaces : architecture, space and landscape in the film and television of Stanley Kubrick and Ken Russell

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Altered States, Altered Spaces: Architecture, Landscape and Space in the work of Stanley Kubrick and Ken Russell.\ud \ud Stanley Kubrick and Ken Russell, at first, seem like unlikely bedfellows for a critical comparison: the combined Baroque, Mannerist, frequently exces... View more
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