$7500 budget, 1 paid actor, only 2 minutes of unused footage from the entire film, written, directed, composed, edited all by the same guy.
This film is amazing just due to what it achieved. But the fantastic (mind-boggling) plot and the serious 'real-world' treatment of time-travel make this even better.
Thankfully reviews can't be 'disliked'.
Reading the reviews for 2001, I see a few people saying things along the lines of "teenagers won't understand it", or suggesting that young people won't like it. So perhaps as I saw this film when I was about 20, my opinion of it will change in the future. I will re-watch it in a few years, but I'm in no hurry.
This is a great piece of art, and disappointing film. I'm not saying…