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All These Worlds Are Yours
A Journal on the Making of the Motion Picture
2010: The Year We Make Contact

by John Huckert

Only in America can they build a Russian spaceship and go way over budget...and still won't fly! Thanks to the boys at 2010.
--grafitti from the bathroom adjoing Stage 15 at MGM

The year was 1984. The film was MGM's biggest gamble to save the studio. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and the American Film Institute unanimously picked neophyte John Huckert as their Directing Intern.

A provocative firsthand account of the making of the sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey. Withheld from publication for decades, now the story can finally be told.

"One of the saddest stories about Hollywood and the ambitiously hopeful dreams of an independent filmmaker you will ever read. Hollywood, the destroyer of dreams. You'll laugh, you'll cry."
--Dom Hanks


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