When: Sun., Dec. 15, 7 p.m. 2013
The series concludes with this Kubrick classic. Its release just a year before man set foot on the moon reflected a wide range of issues of the day, from nuclear war to the role of technology in man's evolution to 1960’s commercial air travel. However, perhaps its greatest contribution to the social revolution of which it was a part is its desire to awaken the personal and subconscious feelings of humanity within the viewers. Presented as part of the Bechtler's series 'Films of 1968: Style, Revolution and The Future.'