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The Making of Magic - How Stanley Kubrick's

The Making of Magic

How Stanley Kubrick's "2OO1: A Space Odyssey" revolutionized science fiction and the art of cinema

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The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s '2001: A Space Odyssey'

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  • “…Kubrick’s vision and idiosyncratic methods were too much for some of his crew (and the critics) to bear, yet the near-miraculous achievement has never been surpassed in its genre, and this book is a monument, both physically and in substance, to that end.”

    — Fortean Times, London
  • “The film’s closing sequence became a cultural ‘what's it all mean’ touchstone of the psychedelic 60s. But for your $ 750 price tag, the book published by TASCHEN doesn't solve that riddle either. It, like the movie, endures.”

    — CBS News, New York
  • “Cinephiles and Kubrick fans alike are sure to have a field day.”

    — Acquiremag.com
  • “…the best book about 2OO1 that could have been written… an exclusive, detailed and ambitious look at everything to do with 2OO1.”

    — AMALGAMA Express, Barcelona
  • “It really is an achingly handsome collection of work, exquisitely designed, bound and printed… it’s a timely reminder of how captivating a piece of print can be.”

    — Den of Geek, London
  • “…more artefact than book.”

    — Empire, London
  • “Moon children, polka-dot aliens, suckling ape suits, and many more intergalactic wrong turns are chronicled in a new behind-the-scenes book… in what TASCHEN brags is ‘the most exhaustive publication ever devoted’ to the film. At four volumes and 1,386 pages, The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey is indeed exhaustive… it is larded with previously unseen photos, documents, and production art taken from Kubrick’s archives… Mad is actually a good adjective here. So is magnificent.”

    — Vanity Fair, New York
  • “A crucial piece of film history… and a true pinnacle reference material and honorary text on one of the most important films in cinema history.”

    — Lostinasupermarket.com, New York