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After paying $3,000 for the rights to Anthony Burgess's novel A Clockwork Orange, Andy Warhol made this very loose adaptation (1965) using direct sound, with such Warhol regulars as Ondine and Edie Sedgwick, Gerard Malanga performing a whip dance, and music by the Velvet Underground. It's one of Warhol's very best—and most painterly—films, more interesting for what it does with crowded space than for the S and M.

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