Paths of Glory, starring Kirk Douglas, cemented Stanley Kubrick's reputation as a director. Paths of Glory, starring Kirk Douglas, cemented Stanley Kubrick's reputation as a director.
Paths of Glory, starring Kirk Douglas, cemented Stanley Kubrick's reputation as a director.
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Paths of Glory revisited: the 1957 antiwar film that established Stanley Kubrick as an up-and-coming filmmaker

The film, starring Kirk Douglas, is set during World War I and follows a French army unit sent on an impossible mission.

Its antiwar stance alienated French audiences and didn't make much at the box office, although Douglas said it was his best film. 

Paths of Glory, starring Kirk Douglas, cemented Stanley Kubrick's reputation as a director. Paths of Glory, starring Kirk Douglas, cemented Stanley Kubrick's reputation as a director.
Paths of Glory, starring Kirk Douglas, cemented Stanley Kubrick's reputation as a director.
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