I don’t trust those who need to understand things | Stanley Kubrick

Kubrick self-portrait, 1949

"There is far too much focus on understanding--on being understood. The defining characteristics of those
things--books, films, paintings, pieces of music--that I consider to be art were not things I understood, but things
I felt, and felt very deeply. I was left--happily, I might add--altered and confused and amazed. I felt enthusiastic
about what I had seen and what I now faced. I don't trust those who need to understand things. There is artistry
and joy in not knowing. Feel more. That was what I meant to say."

Interview with Stanley Kubrick 
Conducted by James Grissom, 1998


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