-Director: Stanley Kubrick
~Based on the novel by Stephen King
~screenplay: Diane Johnson and Stanley Kubrick
-nacionality (director): U.S.A
-Danny Torrance: Redrum. Redrum. REDRUM!
[Wendy sees the word in the mirror which spells “murder” backwards]
-Jack Torrance: [smashing the door to bits with an axe] Wendy, I’m home.
-According to Shelley Duvall the infamous ‘Heere’s Johnny!’ scene took 3 days to film and the use of 60 doors.
-The throwing around of the tennis ball inside the Overlook Hotel was Jack Nicholson’s idea. The script originally only specified that, “Jack is not working”.
-Stanley Kubrick, known for his compulsiveness and numerous retakes, got the difficult shot of blood pouring from the elevators in only three takes. This would be remarkable if it weren’t for the fact that the shot took nine days to set up; every time the doors opened and the blood poured out, Kubrick would say, “It doesn’t look like blood.” In the end, the shot took approximately a year to get right.
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