originally posted by: Trucker1
I found this vid last night concerning Eyes Wide Shut. Scene is in the Rainbow shop.
This guy seems to make a pizza connection that I don't remember ever being mentioned in this thread or any thread or any video. Pizza as in
I'm curious to find the missing 22 minutes of film that was cut just before the release of this movie. Perhaps it will never be seen. I could have
swore the first time I saw this movie that when Wendy stepped forth at the crazy bizzar ritual party and said, "leave him alone, take me", that Tom
Cruise either imagined in his mind a sword coming down on her neck or that it really happened that way in the movie but was a very short scene that
didn't dwell on the sacrifice but a second. I've never seen that scene again in any version of the movie.
Where to begin...
First, do you have a source for your claim that 22 minutes of the film was cut prior to theatrical release? I've never been able to find any proof
that there was any missing footage. And no one of significance in connection to the film has even suggested that.
Second, Wendy was a character's name in a different Kubrick film, The Shining. Though, the character in EWS you are referring to does say: Let him
go! Take me instead! I am ready to redeem him. And though it's not a sword, there is a masked person that resembles the grim reaper holding a
scythe that inches toward her from the shadows on the balcony and ushers her away with him using his scythe to point.
I want to say that I have heard a rumor that one or two seconds of footage in the theatrical trailer were taken from footage not seen in the film but
I've not been able to spot any and even if there is that sort of thing is common for motion picture previews.
So on to the video you shared....
I'm not impressed. First of all, no where in the video does he reveal any hidden footage that was cut. Second, the narrator in the video misspells
Moloch, though, I guess it's possible that the name Milich is an allusion to Moloch. The food on the table is not pizza, and although the men appear
to be Japanese their accents sound like a mix of German/British (I'm guessing that it's probably an echo for the German-British bloodline referenced
earlier at Zeigler's party.) The narrator in the video says that ermine cloaks were thought to have contained the souls of children who were
sacrificed when on the very same screen he shows in his video the description in wikipedia says ermine cloaks were believed to contain the souls of
children who died before they could be baptised, which I think is quite an important distinction to be made from children who were murdered in
Furthermore, I'm pretty sure the use of pizza and pizza related vocabulary as code words for child pornography and or pedophilia wasn't a thing yet in
the late 90s when EWS was made. We know that pizzag@te certainly wasn't a thing yet.
Do I think EWS is about (among other things) widespread pedophilia within elite circles, religious institutions, and the entertainment industry? Duh,
all you had to do was read the first page of this thread to know that is a theory I subscribe to. Though, I'd like to think that I connect the dots
with just a wee bit more coherence than the guy in your video.
But thank you for giving my thread a bump! And seriously, I support discussion and debate of any and all theories about EWS no matter how easy it is
for me to debunk them.
Great thread. I am a fan of this movie EWS. Its one of the few movies, maybe 3, I’ve ever bought. I am also a fan of the conspiracy angle regarding
I agree with the original poster's answer to the YouTube link. It's weak. I always said the sex thing was overblown to the real sinister things in
EWS, overlooked and shielded by the sexuality.
In this regard, as I’ve said before, this scene of the two Japanese “twins” to me was a reference to the future 911 or WTC mass ritual murder
that those in the know-- of course which included Kubrick-- knew was coming... (The movie came out in 1999 two years before 911). Why Japanese twins?
This indicates 911 as a new (Japanese) pearl harbor. Also, the fact that he made them midgets tells us he was doing an opposite message (not short
but tall) in reference to the towers. Also, the TWINS or double reference can refer us to the early scenes of Cruise walking with those two statuesque
foxes on his arms tells us that the reference to twins was to indicate tallness as those women towered over the short Cruise.
Understand this, Kubrick couldn’t be too exact in reference to this since this is a very scary and (probably would be the thing that got him
murdered, not any reference to the sex stuff) and would have been a nirvana of reference to conspiracy theorists if he did too exact a reference to
the twin towers in the movie.
edit on 11-4-2019 by Willtell because: (no reason given)
With reference to "2001 A Space Odyssey, the screenplay was written jointly with Arthur C. Clarke.
I am an astronomer and before i was disabled was a member of ASH, which means Astronomical Society of Haringey, however they used to meet in
Southgate, a different part of London.
Before the brothers died, Arthur C. Clarke was the Patron and his brother Fred Clarke was the President. www.ashastro.co.uk...
I have no proof of 22 to 24 minutes of missing video footage. I'm just a poor boy who knows the value of a child.
This was a very good movie, one of my all time favorites.
The power the cult has in this movie is what impressed me the most. It was the first time I'd ever seen women doing as they're told at the tap of a
The cult is able to make people that cause trouble for them back off or disappear.
I believe the cult is real and not fantasy.
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