What can be said that hasn’t been said … cliché though it may be, is accurate. The most enlightening part of this story is the prologue read by Arthur C. Clarke himself. The creation of the novel in close collaboration with Stanley Kubrick’s movie production was news to me, and fascinating. The story itself is read by Dick Hill, just under seven hours in length, released in 2008 – just prior to Clarkes death. 

Worth the credits. The movie now make more sense and I look forward to watching it again. Enjoyed!



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