It's a great exhibition, we recommend it to everyone who has the slightest interest in film or design, it's a must see.
The first thing you see when you walk in to the entrance of the building is one of only 3 Adam's Probe 16 sports cars ever made (or the Durango 95, as it was referred to in the film.) This car is a show stopper and a truly beautiful machine.
Then the exhibition show cases each of his films, starting at his early works, such as Dr Stranglove, The Killing and Lolita, then on to Sparticus & Full Metal Jacket, which showed large projections of noted scenes.
The memorable scene when a pair of huge speakers and a Transcriptor based system in wheeled up to Alex's Hospital bed, is shown in an adjacent room.
One oddly chilling exhibit, was the little girl's dresses and the apollo 11 jumper from 'the Shining' (Cue the conspiracy theorists!) also the model of the maze used in the film.
2001 was also very well represented, with many original models and props used in the film, including the Star Child, one of the gorilla suits, and of course, HAL
Go along, you will love it!!
Open until the 17th of september 2019, The Design Centre, London - Only £16 entry