Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, based on Anthony Burgess’ 1962 novel, is a classic dystopian story. Alex is a teenage delinquent with a penchant for classical music and inflicting pain on innocent people. When his crimes catch up with him, he’s sent to prison in the hopes that he can be cured of his taste for so-called “ultra-violence” with an experimental aversion therapy. The movie, which was shot with extreme wide-angle lenses to create the dreamy, fantastical quality that pervades the film, went on to become one of the era’s most controversial films.
One film that’s 100% guaranteed to make you cry is If Anything Happens I Love You. You may have noticed a strange, black and white animation dominated Netflix’s ‘Top 10’ list, or noticed people talking about it on social media. It’s only 12 minutes long and doesn’t have any dialogue, but If Anything Happens I Love You … Read More