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Reconsidering an important moral assertion in a masterful film

Stanley Kubrick’s last film, Eyes Wide Shut, is an often overlooked masterpiece--the essay "Introducing Sociology: A Review of Eyes Wide Shut," by Tim Kreider makes this case quite convincingly, and illustrates much about the film most critics completely missed, including the important social messages that run throughout Kubrick’s work as a filmmaker.

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