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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Stanley Kubrick’s daughter debunks moon landing conspiracy theory...

London Independent
July 6, 2016
Internet legend would have you believe that filmmaker Stanley Kubrick – as well as directing classic films including 2001: A Space Odyssey and Full Metal Jacket – aided the US government in its faking of the moon landing in 1969.
The idea has been chewed over by conspiracy theorists over the years, most prominently aided by documentary Room 237, which suggests that the British filmmaker hid allusions to his involvement in the Apollo 11 deception within his horror film The Shining.
It has now emerged that Kubrick’s daughter Vivian is not a fan of this theory, going so far as to write an open letter vehemently chiding those who believe it to be true.
Re: Faked Moon Landings
Many people have asked me about this. And this feels like the right time to respond ...
It wasn’t until Kubrick’s passing in 1999 that the Apollo 11 theory gained traction – which hasn’t stopped media from embracing it. Most recently, comedy film Moonwalkers weaved the idea into its plot.


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