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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Title Date 2001: A Space Odyssey is a sci-fi film that was directed by Kubrick. He had the idea of discovering the infinite space that required micromanagement of the past inconceivable extent. This movie attempted to disclose the entire arch of humanity. He intended to explore why people believe in the presence of intelligent interplanetary life and the implication of this discovery. The idea of the director was to explore the space especially mars and the moon. Kubrick traced NASA’S journey to space, which was attempting to siphon some information from the production. 2001 intended to explore the emptiness of the world in which the line that separates the reality from this film is not clear. The director explained his idea using the analogy of the leopard that suddenly faces them, and the light from its eyes reflected light from the projector Kubrick invented. This film contradicts the idea of Otto in his publication named “The Idea of the Holy.”
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Unformatted text preview:He believed that the supernatural experience is unimaginable. Mystical experiences, such as the one Kubrick was investigating, is his film. The double consequences of Otto's mystery expressed the human being's encounter with the holy. Otto had the intention to inquire about the rational and non-rational factors that influence the idea of the divine. Kubrick's film has conflicting opinions between Otto's writing. There is a fight between tool and man and how a supernatural species came in to solve the war. The director illustrates how a series of spirits took part in this battle (Kubrick and Clarke). Otto believed in his Christian faith, which he used to encounter people, while Kubrick wanted to discover the thing that is undisclosed to human beings. Surname 2Works Cited Kubrick, Stanley, and Arthur C. Clarke. "A space odyssey." USA: Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer (2001).