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Film psychology THE SHINING spatial awareness and set design 1of2

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Published on Jul 19, 2011

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How Stanley Kubrick used Escher-styled spacial awareness & set design anomalies to disorientate viewers of his horror classic The Shining. This is a must for serious Kubrick fans and psychology students. Written, narrated and edited by Rob Ager

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