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Supercut Explores Kubrick's Obsession With The Colour Red

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Stanley Kubrick's great loves included shooting a scene repeatedly, the Wesley Snipes comedy White Men Can't Jump and the colour red.

Never noticed it before? Well there was a bloody load of it throughout his entire career, literally on one occasion. To showcase just how much, here's a supercut from Rishi Kaneria. If anyone has a supercut of him watching White Men Can't Jump, we pay good money.

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