Tagline: Some movies stay with you forever... and ever... and ever.
Synopsis: The Invasion of the Body Snatchers is largely seen as an allegory on McCarthyism, Matrix is replete with Christian symbolism, while Godzilla can only be an evocation of the ravages of the atomic bomb. But one film more than any other, has generated analyses, interpretations and arguments about it really meaning: Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. Room 237 explores numerous these theories about the true if often hidden meanings of Kubrick’s 1980 'Masterpiece of Modern Horror'. Born out of countless conversations with producer Tim Kirk, Rodney Ascher’s film gives voice to the thoughts of five thoroughly obsessed Shining devotees. [Synopsis courtesy of Cannes - Directors' Fortnight 2012]