Back in 1968 director Stanley Kubrick along with co-creator Arthur C. Clarke were making what would later become the greatest science fiction film of all time, 2001: A Space Odyssey. The story revolves around space travel and man’s place in the universe. Kubrick actually commissioned an original musical score to accompany the space travel scenes. He ended up rejecting those tracks and decided to use classical music from the 19th century. The result gives the film a timeless aspect that mid 60’s musical scoring couldn’t. Now at the 46th anniversary of mankind’s last great Space Odyssey, the Apollo 11 moon landing, I have created this short film using NASA’s own high def engineering footage and the astronaut's home movies. The premise, what if Stanley Kubrick had directed the moon landing? Of course he did not, and this is a tribute to all who landed on the moon, and those who made that amazing movie. As for the last little part tacked on the end... That's just to show a little juxtaposition between those who were making serious things in the late 60's and those making ridiculous things.