This is a 2012 documentary directed by Rodney Ascher about perceived meanings in Stanley Kubrick's film: "The Shining."
The film includes footage from "The Shining" as well as "2001: A Space Odyssey" along with discussions by a number of Kubrick enthusiasts.
It has nine segments, each segment focusing on different elements within the film which may reveal hidden clues and hint at a bigger thematic oeuvre.
When I watched "The Shining" for the first time, I thought I wasted my time and money.
I didn't like it at all nor could I understand what it tried to tell the audience.
This documentary helped me understand "The Shining" to a certain extent.
For example, "The Shining" has something to do with the Holocaust and it is related to "2001: A Space Odyssey."
However, Kubrick didn’t tell the audience what to think or how to think.
If everyone came out thinking something differently, Kubrick might've thought that it was fine with him because "The Shining" was a product of his personal experiences.
In a nutshell, I think, "The Shining" is pure gibberish to an ordinary person.