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Cinema in the 21st Century: Part 3 - The everlasting picture show

Cinema started out showing reports of the major events of the day. Later it offered audiences something more - a date and a dream. In the third part of our series looking forward to the 21st century, Britain's leading film historian considers the emotional power of the picture show

The Information on: `Eyes Wide Shut'

What Is It?

Film: Kubrick: faithful in his fashion

Eyes Wide Shut Director: Stanley Kubrick Starring: Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise, Sydney Pollack (159 mins; 18)

Film: The Big Picture: In your dreams, Stanley

EYES WIDE SHUT (18) DIRECTOR: STANLEY KUBRICK STARRING:TOM CRUISE, NICOLE KIDMAN 159 MINS

Film: Body of evidence

In Eyes Wide Shut, Abigail Good plays a `Mysterious Woman'. But that's not the half of it.

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Film: Giggling with Kubrick

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Hollywood's British love affair is over

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Pornography or art?

What the billboards don't tell you about Stanley Kubrick's last film, `Eyes Wide Shut'

MONITOR: `EYES WIDE SHUT'

Reviews of Stanley Kubrick's final film, which was screened for British critics last week

Arts: Auteur of the erotic

Did Terry Southern, counter-culture's secret genius, inspire Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut? By Michael Collins

I CAN KEEP MY EYES WIDE SHUT

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Eyes wide shut and ears wide open

Phil Johnson talks to Jocelyn Pook, and tries not to mention Tom and Nicole

The last great picture show

Tom Cruise and the rest of Hollywood's finest will no longer enrich the cultural life of a North Yorkshire village after the closure of its cinema.
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