KUBRICK QUOTE TAKEN FROM GARRISON KEILLOR'S WRITER'S ALMANAC FOR TUESDAY, JULY 26, 2011
"It has always seemed to me that really artistic, truthful ambiguity — if we can use such a paradoxical phrase — is the most perfect form of expression," he told Horizon magazine in 1960. "Nobody likes to be told anything. Take Dostoyevsky. It's awfully difficult to say what he felt about any of his characters. I would say ambiguity is the end product of avoiding superficial, pat truths."