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THE UNDERVIEW: SINCE 1996

2001 is still there, untouched, unchanged, just as Kubrick left it.

If you were there at the time, it may amuse you to remember how it was.

If you had yet to arrive, it may amuse you to see how it was meant to be.

One day, it will all quietly cease to exist.

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On the moon

 
SpacerTHE UNDERVIEW PAPERS
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Bullet HAL's Real Legacy, and other HAL Papers Bullet  A Taste of Blue Food
Bullet  Simon Atkinson's Drawing the Future Bullet  Cinema's Defining Moment
Bullet  Len Wheat's Fresh Insights Into 2001 Bullet Stanislaw Lem's Solaris
 
SpacerUNDERMAN'S 2001
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SpacerPeople
SpacerArts and Collectibles
Bullet Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke Bullet Collectibles
Bullet Cast and Crew Bullet Recordings
Bullet  Reunions Bullet  Souvenir Book
SpacerResources Bullet  Early Studio Artwork
Bullet  The Hal Transcripts Bullet  Robert McCall's Sketches
Bullet  The Dawn of Man Story Bullet  Simon Atkinson's Artwork
Bullet  The Dawn of Man Reunion Bullet  Ed Nesteruk's Monolith
Bullet  Lifestyle 2001 Bullet  Robert Sabbia's T.M.A.-1
Bullet Frequently Asked Questions SpacerCommunications
Bullet  How Was It Done? Bullet  Showcase
Bullet  Fun bits Bullet  Viewpoints
Bullet  Happy Birthday, Frank Bullet  Interchange
Bullet  The Intelligent Helmet Bullet  2001 in 2001
Bullet  Unusual Pictures Bullet  Links
Bullet  From the Underview Archives Bullet  Read the historic original Guestbooks
Bullet Featured graphic (below) Bullet Email The Underview
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Dan Richter
Moonwatcher's Memoir

 
Moonwatcher's Memoir
Make your cell more comfortable
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C. S. Lewis
Out of the Silent Planet

 
Out of the Silent Planet
Get that brain working
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James Howard
Stanley Kubrick Companion

 
Stanley Kubrick Companion
Back to 1970
They became the generation
that sold their civilisation
for a fancy S.U.V.
Back to 1970
Music of the Underview
Association P. C.
Association P. C.
Morrissey Mullen
Morrissey Mullen


 
 

 

"Kubrick's "Zero Gravity Toilet" joke always went down well."
"No 9000 computer's ever been disconnected."
"That farrago of nonsense called "evolution"."
"You can eat with the same cutlery as Dave and Frank."
"Yours very truly, Stanley Kubrick, MGM Studios."
"V. impressive! Best wishes from Arthur C. Clarke."
"You have to keep squinting to remind yourself that the picture is flat."
"Natalya Bondarchuk is the most seductive other- worlder."
"What do you see?" whispers the aeons-old instinct. "But it's all... light!"
"Piers and I were in an Aladdin's cave and Harry Lange loved every minute of it."
"How things might have been..."
 
And you have hardly started.

 
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