Paths of Glory

Paths of Glory

Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory shows its true colors.
 
In 1956, a 26-year-old Stanley Kubrick asked Thompson to adapt Lionel White’s “Clean Break." Retitled The Killing for the screen, it became Kubrick’s breakthrough movie. Thompson’s multi-narrative, tightly-wound script about a racetrack heist going wrong would resound down the years in Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs. Jim also collaborated on Kubrick’s next venture, the World War I drama Paths of Glory.

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