A CLOCKWORK ORANGE: How Stanley Kubrick Censored Himself • Filth #202

May 26, 2020
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In 1971, A Clockwork Orange terrified the world. But after a few years, it mysteriously disappeared from British cinemas. For once, it wasn't the government - it was director Stanley Kubrick's own doing, in one of the few cases of self-censorship before the Internet.


Yarbles! Great bolshy yablokos to you!

(apologies if you were expecting a discussion about its content and the book - might do a video on that another time!)
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Date: May 26, 2020 Views: 15 Ratings: 1
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