Bronson is an incredibly intricate film by Nicolas Winding Refn. I recently saw the movie for the first time and immediately knew it had to be the subject of my first full blown film analysis series. A lot of people compare this movie to Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange and I can certainly see why. Not only are the stories relatively similar, both Kubrick and Refn create their films meticulously as if they were building a maze of complexity that appears polished and clean on the surface. This video is intended for educational purposes only and all copyrighted material falls under "fair use" in US copyright laws. I try my best not to be subjective during my analysis, but allow me to say here that I believe this film to be incredibly well put together. I urge everyone to watch Bronson in its entirety before viewing my video essay.
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