Spanish filmmaker Jorge Luengo Ruiz, whose work we’ve previously posted, has created a massively, multi-frame supercut tribute to the “Kubrick Gaze“, a distinctive closeup technique employed by the director in which the character deliberately stared directly into the camera with intention, subtly pulling the audience in without completely breaking the fourth wall.
Here's my NEW VIDEO! A lot of frames about the gaze in Kubrick's films with music of Walter Carlos. Enjoy it!https://t.co/azySFRqS2L
— Jorge Luengo Ruiz (@Jorge_Luengo) February 26, 2016