The Oscar-winning American born Kubrick is best known for his varied fiction feature films (The Shining, 2001, Full Metal Jacket and Eyes Wide Open) but he started out with two short documentaries, including Day Of The Fight. This short film displays much of the mastery he would use during his later career. It is perhaps most reminiscent of his hard-boiled, 1956 feature film, The Killing, which is itself a classic and a film that would help mould directors such as Quentin Tarantino.

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