At auction in new York on 20 November, sell the lost script of the authorship of Stanley Kubrick. It found this summer, writes Dazed.
The script of the film entitled the Burning Secret was written in the 1950-ies for Studio MGM. As the critics claim, he was supposed to be like Nabokovs “lolita”.
“Burning Secret, the main character meets a guy to get to his mother. In “lolita” is the main character marries a woman to get to her daughter. I think the problems arose because of the production code in 1956, although “Lolita” was held in 1962,” said Nathan Abrams, Professor of Bangor University, who found the script.
The script is based on the eponymous work by Stefan Zweig. It will sell for 20 thousand dollars. However, the price can influence remakes, taken over the decades. So, in 1988, one of them was shot by Kubrick’s assistant, Andrew Birkin.
It is alleged that MGM Studio might abandon the filming of the movie due to its content.
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