Inspiration for A Clockwork Orange

In 1971, Stanley Kubrick directed A Clockwork Orange, the film adaptation of Anthony Burgess’s novel of the same name. It is a dystopian film in which the reader follows the daily life of Alex, a young man obsessed with violence and classical music. In many ways, the mise en scène seems to draw on that seen in Toshio Matsumoto’s film, Funeral Parade of Roses, released two years earlier.

Interesting article over at Pen-Online

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