It's emotional to be here, but it's very comforting ... It feels like this is exactly where I should be at this time. He was the one that encouraged â almost forced â me to come here.
The classical music chosen by Kubrick exists outside the action ... It uplifts. It wants to be sublime; it brings a seriousness and transcendence to the visuals.
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