Atlantis, Number 19, Winter 2008,. 27 Intending to set the film apart from the "monsters-and-sex" type of science-fiction films of the time, Kubrick used Homer 's The Odyssey as inspiration for the title. Block, overview of the Revolutionary War Alex Ben; Wilson, Lucy Autrey, eds. Pre-production edit Kubrick's decision to avoid the fanciful portrayals of space in standard popular science fiction films of the time led him to seek a more realistic and scientifically accurate visualization of space travel. Concerned about Hal's behavior, Bowman and Poole enter an EVA pod to talk without Hal overhearing, and agree to disconnect Hal if he is proven wrong. Ordway III, science adviser to Kubrick, wrote the book 2001: The Lost Science, which for the first time featured many of the blueprints of the spacecraft and film sets that previously had been thought destroyed.
M: For the book, you tracked down most of the key players who were still alive and you pored over earlier interview transcripts, letters and even edits to previous work like Stanley Kubrick's notes on the Ernesto Miranda Case drafts of articles and books about the filming process. 59 For the opening sequence involving tribes of apes, professional mime Daniel Richter in addition to playing the lead ape was also responsible for choreographing the movements of the other man-apes, who were mostly portrayed by his standing mime troupe. Shadows of Doubt: Negotiations of Masculinity in American Genre Films. "2001: A Space Odyssey Internet Resource Archive: The Search for Meaning in 2001". Attached to the set as it rotates 180 degrees, the camera's point of view remains constant, and she appears to walk up the "side" of the circular walkway, and steps, now in an "upside-down" orientation, into a connecting hallway. "Hollywood Flashback: In 1968, '2001: A Space Odyssey' Confounded Critics". Has a very simple explanation in Clarke's novel though she later asserts that even the novel does not fully explain the ending. Shuldiner, Herbert (June 1968). "Premios del CEC a la produccin espaola de 1968". A b c d e Trumbull, Douglas (June 1968). 2001 The Lost Science.
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