Thanks to Matt for letting me know that last week, on 27 April 2019
BBC 2, UK, aired Kubrick’s 2001 film:
From the above listing, you will see there was a 5 minute introduction to the film by director Christopher Nolan:
(only available online to UK viewers). Nolan’s introduction is nothing unusual – and he just makes general comments about 2001 and the way you react to it etc. He doesn’t even get into the deeper aspects of the film. However, what people should realise, of course is that Nolan directed “Interstellar.”
and in there is the scene where the character (in a fictional future) declares the moon landings were a hoax:
“Interstellar” has certain themes in common with 2001 (particularly near the end). What Matt also mentioned is that the BBC broadcast the Moon Landing Hoax Psyop Film (Operation Avalanche) only a few days later, on Friday 3rd May 2019)
UK people can watch here:
www.bbc.co.uk/progra… (Transcript below).
Is the BBC trying to tell us something…? Or is it just more perception management at work, as we approach the 50th Anniversary of the Hoax…
From “Interstellar” (2015)
Miss Hanley’s here to talk about Murph.
H: Murph is a great kid. She’s really bright. But she’s been having a little trouble lately. She brought this in to show the students. The section on the lunar landings.
C: Yeah, it’s one of my old textbooks. She always loved the pictures.
H: It’s an old federal textbook. We’ve replaced them with the corrected versions.
H: Explaining how the Apollo missions were faked to bankrupt the Soviet Union.
C: You don’t believe we went to the moon’?
H: It was a brilliant piece of propaganda. The Soviets bankrupted themselves pouring resources… …into rockets and other useless machines.
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