Cinema: The New Pictures, Jun. 4, 1956

The Killing (Harris-Kubrick; United Artists) announces the arrival of a new boy wonder in a business that soon separates the men from the boys. At 27 Writer-Director Stanley Kubrick, in his third full-length picture, has shown more audacity with dialogue and camera than Hollywood has seen since the obstreperous Orson Welles went riding out of town on an exhibitors' poll. What's more, Director Kubrick made his entire movie for a price ($320,000) that would hardly pay for the lingerie in an Ava Gardner picture, with the result that The Killing seems likely to...

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