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The Man Who Would Be Kubrick 1999

The documentary recounts Alan Conway's deception as Stanley Kubrick, exploiting misconceptions about Kubrick's appearance and people's desire for contact with a celebrity. It features an interview with Conway from 1996 and Alexander Walker's insights, aiming for objectivity. The narrator also addresses Conway's criminal past and allegations of sexual misconduct, linked to Kubrick's name. Conway died shortly before Kubrick. Cook and Frewin later made "Colour Me Kubrick," a comedy starring John Malkovich, inspired by Conway's story.

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