"Nobody could make a movie better than Stanley Kubrick--in history," says Steven Spielberg in this revealing 1999 interview with British filmmaker Paul Joyce. Spielberg sat down with Joyce just four months after Kubrick's sudden death from a heart attack. He talks about the emotional effect Kubrick's films had on him when he was a young man, the friendship the two men shared after Spielberg became successful, and Kubrick's James Joyce-like ability to reinvent himself with each new work. "He was a chameleon," Spielberg says. "He never made the same picture twice. Every single picture is a different genre, a different story, a different risk. The only thing that bonded all of his films was the incredible virtuoso that he was with craft."