The truth is out there, according to “The X-Files,” and it seems the conspiracy theory that director Stanley Kubrick helped fake the 1969 Apollo moon landing (and inserted clues about this into his film “The Shining”) is not true, according to his daughter and the fact the film of the historic moon landing lacks that Kubrick touch of surrealism and eye for intricate detail.
Re: Faked Moon Landings
Many people have asked me about this. And this feels like the right time to respond … pic.twitter.com/UVlNFofFW8
— Vivian Kubrick (@ViKu1111) July 5, 2016
Vivian Kubrick took to the world’s most reliable soap box (Twitter) to break the truth of this theory (though, having seen “Room 237,” this is such a ridiculous theory that I find it entertaining).
Here is the clip from that film on Kubrick and the moon landing.