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After watching this movie a lot of it is veryconfusing to me and is really hard for me to understand You really have to think about what is being said in themovie to get a good understanding of the points that thedirector is trying to get across I would really like toget a professors view of the movie to get a betterunderstanding Throughout this paper I am going to give alittle review of the movie and discuss interesting factsthat I thought were helpful and appealingThe beginning of the movie was pretty weird I thoughtI wasnt used to a movie without any spoken words Throughout the whole movie the music is usually playing therole as the speaker or communicator I thought this partwas very interesting that the music is the link between theaudience and what they are viewing Space Odyssey beginswith a group of apes that show how they feel and theirpersonality through their movements and sounds they aremaking I didnt really understand this part but I thinkwhen the ape picked up the animal bone and shattered theskeleton it was a part of his learning experience I believe that the ape was in the process of learning andadapting to his surroundings by the way his actions were He then uses the the bone as an attack method to killThe movie then moves to the world of human beings thatexist This was the most interesting part of the movie Ithought How the director makes everything look so real and interesting The part in the movie when a man has touse a voice identification to verify who he is Also thesame man goes and uses a phone where you can see the otherindividual and you dont even have to hold anything up toyour ear Technology in this movie I thought was crazy Some of the stuff like the visible telephone I thought wascool but some of the other technology seemed so normal inthe movie but when I think
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