Between Room 237, Moonwalkers, the Flat Earth Society and other conspiracy theorists and humankind's general eagerness to believe anything that sounds strange enough to be true, the idea that Stanley Kubrick helped fake the Moon landings persists. And the director's daughter is SICK OF IT. A moon scene from Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. Image: YouTube
Ergo, Vivian Kubrick's tweet yesterday evening, shared after several gleeful reactions to NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter — simply because it was the "right time" to do so.
Re: Faked Moon Landings
Many people have asked me about this. And this feels like the right time to respond ... pic.twitter.com/UVlNFofFW8
— Vivian Kubrick (@ViKu1111) July 5, 2016
She raises some valid points. But will it be enough to convince moon truthers that Buzz Aldrin wasn't waving that American flag on a top-secret soundstage? After all, she could easily be part of the conspiracy. Just sayin'.