KILLER’S KISS (1957) Selected Scene for the animated drawing…

Throughout the 1950s, determined filmmakers sought to sidestep the traditional studio system by producing feature films on their own. Shooting without any city permits using borrowed equipment the 27 year-old photographer Stanley Kubrick filmed his first feature length film in locations across the city, from Times Square and Pennsylvania Station to the antenna-filled rooftops of lower Manhattan.

The film starts with the main character in Penn Station train shed, he starts remembering what happened the last two days, while the bad boys where persecuting him across Lover Manhattan. With these scenes we will move from Penn to Lower Manhattan, the oldest cartier of  New York.

 

The are the shoots that I’m going to project into my drawing, and now I’m going to start drawing the layers behind the scenes…the existing urban environment, and the soundstage in between the scene and the existing urban fabric…

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