Stanley Kubrick's film recut by filmmakers Steven Soderbergh. According to Soderbergh: "Maybe this is what happens when you spend too much time with a movie: you start thinking about it when it’s not around, and then you start wanting to touch it. i’ve been watching 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY regularly for four decades, but it wasn’t until a few years ago i started thinking about touching it, and then over the holidays i decided to make my move. why now? I don’t know. maybe i wasn’t old enough to touch it until now. maybe i was too scared to touch it until now, because not only does the film not need my—or anyone else’s—help, but if it’s not THE most impressively imagined and sustained piece of visual art created in the 20th century, then it’s tied for first. meaning IF i was finally going to touch it, i’d better have a bigger idea than just trimming or re-scoring." - See more at: http://extension765.com/sdr/23-the-return-of-w-de-rijk#sthash.8XZ6zDhQ.dpuf
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Have you watched 2001: A Space Odyssey - Steven Soderbergh Cut yet? What did you think about it?