The three daughters of Stanley Kubrick


Like Hayao Miyazaki and his son Goro Miyazaki, as father and son, there are these children here.


Katharina, Anya and Vivan Kubrick.

  
The daughters of Christiane Kubrick, and Hollywood’s greatest film director. Stanley Kubrick. In their entire lives, they must’ve been happy of their dad as a film director. For how he was filming his movies. However, they must’ve felt terrible for what happened in 1999. When Stanley Kubrick died of a heart attack after “Eyes Wide Shut” was released a few days ago. But they’ll never forget him. For how he did on movies he worked on. Based on books he enjoyed reading.

And with that fabulous speech in the Oscars on him by Steven Spielberg, they appreciate for what he spoke of that was very thoughtful. They loved it.

When Stanley Kubrick was alive, and when they were all young, they must’ve been surprised at first to see their mother, Christiane Kubrick in “Paths of Glory”. With Kirk Douglas, she was that singer close to the end of the film. And by the time Stanley Kubrick was working on “2001: A Space Odyssey”, Vivian Kubrick helped out. She did an uncredited role. In “2001: A Space Odyssey”, at the scene where Dr. Heywood Floyd was doing a video phone call, she was there. In that phone call, she played as Dr. Heywood Floyd’s daughter. Known as ‘Squirt’. Who was gonna have a birthday tomorrow in that film. She must’ve been eight or nine years of age in that film.

William Sylvester must’ve loved that kid, as they did a grand job in that film scene. Before Roy Scheider took his place in “2010: The Year We Make Contact”.

Stanley Kubrick along with Vivian, they went on a little more in movies together. For she was a birthday party guest in “Barry Lyndon”, a smoking guest on the ballroom couch in “The Shining”, and a news camera operator at the gravesite in “Full Metal Jacket”. Where all the dead have been covered with white lime. Those roles Vivian did, are all uncredited.

While Christiane and Anya Kubrick stayed behind, Katharina was helping out too as an actress. Uncredited. For she was a dancer in “Barry Lyndon” along with her sister Vivian, a mother of a boy in a examination room in “Eyes Wide Shut”, as she was a girl passing by Alex in the record store, in “A Clockwork Orange”.

Vivian and Katharina Kubrick together, not only as uncredited actresses, were somehow really good in other movie departments. Along with their father, Stanley Kubrick. As Vivian did the soundtrack of “Full Metal Jacket” and “Eyes Wide Shut”, Katherina was good in the art department on “Eyes Wide Shut”, and a location researcher on “The Shining”. Vivian along with Katharina worked on the art department a bit on “The Shining”. Uncredited. Those two made their father very proud.

After Stanley Kubrick died in 1999, they were many documentary movies. With them in it. Along with Anya and Christine Kubrick joining them. And by 2008, at the 40th anniversary screening to “2001: A Space Odyssey”, one of her daughters was there, sponsoring. For she met Keir Dullea as the star in that masterpiece, Daniel Richter as the chief ape in the beginning of that movie, and Malcolm McDowell starred in her father’s next film later on, “A Clockwork Orange”. They knew him very much as how these daughters did.

In conclusion, Stanley Kubrick may not have seen the year of 2001, but his daughters and wife had. And will be watching over them from heaven. Proudly. Finally, as Katharina went onto artwork, Christine went into retirement. For Anya, she moved on. However for Vivian, like her father, she is a lover of animals and has rescued several stray dogs. Perhaps maybe doing that stuff today.

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  1. nick patterson

     /  August 13, 2016

    Great information Owen. Thanks

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