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The Music Video Stanley Kubrick Never Got to Make Is Finally Completed

Director Toby Dye revisits the music video that Stanley Kubrick had agreed to make but never got the chance to. “The Corridor,” the video for Unkle’s “Lonely Souls,” features four stories, four actors, four screens and one corridor and is heavily influenced by Kubrick’s signature style and themes.

The video is the centerpiece of London’s Somerset House’s new exhibit Daydreaming with…Stanley Kubrick

“The style of ‘The Corridor’ is very much influenced by the period in which [our album] Psyence Fiction was made,” Unkle’s James Lavelle tells It’s Nice That. “The film making of the 90s by the likes of Chris Cunningham and Jon Glazer was ultimately very artful, and we wanted to make a return to that less literal visual language.”

Watch the trailer for “The Corridor” below and read the full story here.

The Corridor trailer – Day Dreaming with Stanley Kubrick from Black Dog Films on Vimeo.