Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange was met with both critical acclaim and moral outrage when it was released in 1971. The movie—filled with sadistic gang members and graphic violence—is most remembered for its on-screen atrocities. But at this special talk, Denver author Jason Heller, who’s written extensively on the film, will discuss another well-remembered piece of the motion picture: the dynamic music. From the synthesizers to eery renditions of lighthearted classics, hear how the score affected future generations of movie soundtracks.
- Arts and Exhibits
- Jul 03, 2018 7 p.m.