There are some directors whose movies are instantly recognizable, and Stanley Kubrick is easily among them. One thing that makes Kubrick's movies so unusual is his heavy use of one-point perspective, to focus in on a single character or object, and often to create a sense that we are trapped within the scene rather than merely watching it. This spectacularly comprehensive supercut by Vimeo user kogonada highlights the unusual symmetry of Kubrick's films, and lets us zoom in on the effect of the single-perspective shot.

[via Design You Trust]