Peaches Geldof explains Kubrick's 2001
It's about 'the esoteric great architect Other', tweet reveals
Peaches Geldof is taking a bit of a shoeing down at Twitter for cracking one of the great conundrums of our time in 140 characters or less – just WTF Stanley Kubrick's 2001 is all about.
Ms Geldof allegedly tweeted: "I reckon 2001 is about the evolution of man, and the idea of god being imbued in both man, machine and the esoteric great architect Other."
We'd normally be a tad suspicious that Geldof is indeed responsible for this mind-boggling revelation, but she's got previous form down at Nylon magazine. Her sensational insight into New York City prompted our own roving blogger to offer this tribute to Birmingham.
When pressed to offer his own explanation of deeper meaning of 2001, he twittered: "I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that." ®
Don't forget Arthur
Sorry, but I can't see Stanley Kubrick, brilliant though he was, get all the credit for 2001. Arthur C Clarke played a huge role in the making of the movie, and was the author of the novel - so at least deserves a mention.
I'd even go as far as to say that he was even more of a visionary than Peaches Geldof.
Re: I came to a similar conclusion
I came to a similar conclusion
when I started taking LSD
What will she discover when she sees The Wall?