We were little kids when Stanley Kubrick’s "A Clockwork Orange" came out in ’71. But a few years later, as easily influenced teenagers, dying for anything to rebel against our nice girl catholic upbringing, the Harvard Square Theater began weekly double bills of "A Clockwork Orange" and "Harold And Maude." We were hooked. Walked around the house asking mum for some eggiweggs and humming Ludwig Van. Guess the violence and sexism went right over our suppressed young heads.
Written by Amy & Nancy Harrington
Originally for GetBack.com