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by Brian W. Cook


For months, Alan Conway, a nobody, pretends to be one of the greatest directors of all times – Stanley Kubrick. Conway does not know anything about the filmmaker or his films, but that does not prevent him using and abusing the credibility of those who think they are close to the mythical and discrete filmmaker. Hilarious, pathetic, unbelievable, still authentic, here is the fascinating take of the imposter, genius and celebrity...

international title: Colour Me Kubrick
original title: Colour Me Kubrick
country: United Kingdom, France
sales agent: EuropaCorp
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Brian W. Cook
film run: 87'
release date: FR 04/01/2006, PT 16/03/2006, PL 21/04/2006
screenplay: Anthony Frewin
cast: Marc Warren, Jim Davidson, Luke Mably, John Malkovich
cinematography by: Howard Atherton
film editing: Alan Strachan
art director: Crispian Sallis
costumes designer: Victoria Russell
music: Bryan Adams
producer: Luc Besson
production: EuropaCorp, CMK Production Ltd, First Choice, Isle of Man Films
distributor: EuropaCorp Distribution
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