2001: A Space Odyssey

With The tree of life now in cinemas, there have been a lot of comparisons made with Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece, so it’s time to go back to the source. Yes, it has aged somehow, but not really in what truly matters. So if you haven’t seen it already, or if you were too young when you did, try it, and let’s sit down to discuss what it all means afterwards…

Release Date
April 1968
2 h 29 min
Science Fiction, Mystery, Adventure
Stanley Kubrick
Keir Dullea, Douglas Rain, Gary Lockwood, William Sylvester, Daniel Richter, Leonard Rossiter, Margaret Tyzack, Robert Beatty, Sean Sullivan, Bill Weston, Ed Bishop, Alan Gifford, Ann Gillis, Edwina Carroll, Frank Miller, Glenn Beck, Penny Brahms, Heather Downham, Mike Lovell, John Ashley, Jimmy Bell, David Charkham, Simon Davis, Jonathan Daw, Péter Delmár, Terry Duggan, David Fleetwood, Danny Grover, Brian Hawley, David Hines, Tony Jackson, John Jordan, Scott MacKee, Laurence Marchant, Darryl Paes, Joe Refalo, Andy Wallace, Bob Wilyman, Richard Woods, Martin Amor, S. Newton Anderson, Sheraton Blount, Ann Bormann, Julie Croft, Penny Francis, Kenneth Kendall, Vivian Kubrick, Marcella Markham, Irena Marr, Krystyna Marr, Kim Neil, Jane Pearl, Penny Pearl, Kevin Scott, John Swindells, Burnell Tucker, John Clifford
Humanity finds a mysterious object buried beneath the lunar surface and sets off to find its origins with the help of HAL 9000, the world's most advanced super computer.

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