Critic Reviews for Filmworker
Filmworker isn't simply about Kubrick, or Vitali. In a sense, it's the ultimate fan story: a tale of what it means to live vicariously through a genius.
The film honors the hard-working, often unacknowledged craftsmen in the film industry and stirs provocative questions about the fine line between legitimate devotion to an artist and dangerous hero worship.
It's a portrait of Kubrick's right-hand man, who devoted himself to the religion of all things Kubrick, but beyond that the film has a special value: It ushers you into the world of how Kubrick put his movies together.
Cinema would be much the poorer without Stanley Kubrick's legacy, but "Filmworker" emphatically proves that Stanley Kubrick's legacy would be much the poorer without Leon Vitali.
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