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The book is always better than the film, but I'd never read 2001 before. What I didn't know, until reading the foreword, is that this novel was literally written in tandem with the film, with Clarke and Kubrick feeding each other ideas. At some points, however, filming overtook writing, or vice versa, and the two stories, though similar, split along two different paths.

After reading the book, the film becomes little more than a very well crafted container: It's pretty and neat to look at it, but open it up, and it's empty. There is none of Clarke's vision of how a being we'd call God would communicate with us across unfathomable time spans, or teach us, or lead us into higher consciousness. Stripped away by Kubrick is the sense that this being truly wants us to be in its image, and that the whole breadcrumb trail of monoliths was designed to do just that. And completely erased is the notion that David Bowman, as Star Child, is now one with the Universe, in some Zen-like way, and also much more like something we'd called a god.

Don't get me wrong, 2001 is still one of my favorite films, but to get the full meaning and understand the full weight of why 2001 has been called "the perfect science fiction story," you must read the book. Clarke marries science, mysticism, theory, and fantasy in ways like no other. Unfortunately, Kubrick stripped away the mysticism and theory and left us what is, in comparison to the book, only a glimmer at something bigger.

Kubrick touched the monolith, but Clarke went inside.

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after reading the book, the film becomes little more than a very well crafted container: it's pretty and neat to look at it, but open it up, and it's empty. there is none of clarke's vision of how a being we'd call god would communicate with us across unfathomable time spans, or teach us, or lead us into higher consciousness. stripped away by kubrick is the sense that this being truly wants us to be in its image, and that the whole breadcrumb trail of monoliths was designed to do just that. and completely erased is the notion that david bowman, as star child, is now one with the universe, in some zen-like way, and also much more like something we'd called a god.

don't get me wrong, 2001 is still one of my favorite films, but to get the full meaning and understand the full weight of why 2001 has been called "the perfect science fiction story," you must read the book. clarke marries science, mysticism, theory, and fantasy in ways like no other. unfortunately, kubrick stripped away the mysticism and theory and left us what is, in comparison to the book, only a glimmer at something bigger.

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don't get me wrong, 2001 is still one of my favorite films, but to get the full meaning and understand the full weight of why 2001 has been called "the perfect science fiction story," you must read the book. clarke marries science, mysticism, theory, and fantasy in ways like no other. unfortunately, kubrick stripped away the mysticism and theory and left us what is, in comparison to the book, only a glimmer at something bigger.

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after reading the book, the film becomes little more than a very well crafted container: it's pretty and neat to look at it, but open it up, and it's empty. there is none of clarke's vision of how a being we'd call god would communicate with us across unfathomable time spans, or teach us, or lead us into higher consciousness. stripped away by kubrick is the sense that this being truly wants us to be in its image, and that the whole breadcrumb trail of monoliths was designed to do just that. and completely erased is the notion that david bowman, as star child, is now one with the universe, in some zen-like way, and also much more like something we'd called a god.

don't get me wrong, 2001 is still one of my favorite films, but to get the full meaning and understand the full weight of why 2001 has been called "the perfect science fiction story," you must read the book. clarke marries science, mysticism, theory, and fantasy in ways like no other. unfortunately, kubrick stripped away the mysticism and theory and left us what is, in comparison to the book, only a glimmer at something bigger.

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after reading the book, the film becomes little more than a very well crafted container: it's pretty and neat to look at it, but open it up, and it's empty. there is none of clarke's vision of how a being we'd call god would communicate with us across unfathomable time spans, or teach us, or lead us into higher consciousness. stripped away by kubrick is the sense that this being truly wants us to be in its image, and that the whole breadcrumb trail of monoliths was designed to do just that. and completely erased is the notion that david bowman, as star child, is now one with the universe, in some zen-like way, and also much more like something we'd called a god.

don't get me wrong, 2001 is still one of my favorite films, but to get the full meaning and understand the full weight of why 2001 has been called "the perfect science fiction story," you must read the book. clarke marries science, mysticism, theory, and fantasy in ways like no other. unfortunately, kubrick stripped away the mysticism and theory and left us what is, in comparison to the book, only a glimmer at something bigger.

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after reading the book, the film becomes little more than a very well crafted container: it's pretty and neat to look at it, but open it up, and it's empty. there is none of clarke's vision of how a being we'd call god would communicate with us across unfathomable time spans, or teach us, or lead us into higher consciousness. stripped away by kubrick is the sense that this being truly wants us to be in its image, and that the whole breadcrumb trail of monoliths was designed to do just that. and completely erased is the notion that david bowman, as star child, is now one with the universe, in some zen-like way, and also much more like something we'd called a god.

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after reading the book, the film becomes little more than a very well crafted container: it's pretty and neat to look at it, but open it up, and it's empty. there is none of clarke's vision of how a being we'd call god would communicate with us across unfathomable time spans, or teach us, or lead us into higher consciousness. stripped away by kubrick is the sense that this being truly wants us to be in its image, and that the whole breadcrumb trail of monoliths was designed to do just that. and completely erased is the notion that david bowman, as star child, is now one with the universe, in some zen-like way, and also much more like something we'd called a god.

don't get me wrong, 2001 is still one of my favorite films, but to get the full meaning and understand the full weight of why 2001 has been called "the perfect science fiction story," you must read the book. clarke marries science, mysticism, theory, and fantasy in ways like no other. unfortunately, kubrick stripped away the mysticism and theory and left us what is, in comparison to the book, only a glimmer at something bigger.

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