The 'Dawn of Man' scene is so much cooler with David Bowie singing about party-drugging. Well done, computer nerd!

Wes Anderson and Stanley Kubrick are arguably two of the largest names in film. They both however, have their own very unique styles and hallmarks, so what exactly happens when someone combines the sci-fi masterpiece "2001: A Space Odyssey" with the Wes Anderson model? Video editing guru Nathan Hartman decided to find out.

Hartman took the Kubrick’s "2001" and recut the film, editing scene length to imitate the Wes Anderson rhythm and mixed in the notoriously-eclectic soundtracks from Anderson’s films. 

As Hartman puts it, “Playing with the visuals in Kubrick’s masterwork, 2001 allows for an easy editing template. Long on shots and short on sound, cuts could be put together rather seemlessly. Suddenly, the Dawn of Man sequence is scored to Mark Mothersbaugh tracks from "Rushmore," spaceships fly to The Beach Boys, and a two-and-a-half hour film is cut down to an hour-and-twenty-minutes.”

To view the entire film, go to Nathan Hartman’s website, but before you do, watch the trailer riiiiiight here:

Wes Anderson's 2001: A Space Odyssey – Trailer from Nathan Hartman on Vimeo.