A Friday Find

A series of unique film related photographs. Every Friday.



Stanley Kubrick and Malcolm McDowell on the set of “A Clockwork Orange” 1971. Via

Thanks for a great week on the blog. I've loved the mini-influx of comments and I'm looking forward to checking in with your blogs more often.

Are you making anything this weekend? Any projects you want to share?
Hope you have a good one.

12 comments:

  1. i'm having a garage sale!!! yay!!! i'd have a garage sale every day of my life if that were feasible.

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    1. I hope it goes well Suzy, garage sales are hard work! Why do you love them so much??

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    2. BECAUSE THEY'RE AWESOME.

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  2. can you believe ive never seen a clockwork orange? what the heck is wrong with me?! adding it to my netflix right away.

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    1. Well Holly it's pretty violent and strange. I wouldn't even call it an enjoyable film to watch! But there is something about it that makes it worth watching, just once. Have a good weekend.

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  3. I haven't seen A Clockwork Orange but I would like too.

    This weekend I intend on writing letters, making friendship bracelets, working a on journal with a friend and just getting back into being creative :)

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  4. @Gracie Have fun long weekend! Hope to see some of your projects on your blog soon. thx

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  5. A Clockwork Orange gave me nightmares when I first saw it. I think it's one of the most violent films I've ever seen, even by today's standards.

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    1. I totally agree!

      And I must add that I posted this pic because of how it captures Kubrick not as an endorsement of the film! While it's a great piece of cinema history it's really not for regular casual weekend viewing. Promise.

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  6. Amazing photo! I love how Kubrick is always so intense and focused.

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    1. I hope you like all the Friday finds thx

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  7. @suzy ha ha i agree with that!

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