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10 Edgy Properties No Film Producer Dared To Touch


In a world where few cinematic taboos remain, previously ‘unfilmable’ projects like J.G. Ballard’s HIGH RISE (2015, adapted by cult director Ben Wheatley) are belatedly brought to the screen – long anticipated by Ballard’s controversial CRASH (1996, believed too obscene to film for two decades but successfully transplanted by David Cronenberg) and THE ATROCITY EXHIBTION (2000, a literary nightmare of clinical surrealism turned into a languid exploitation movie).

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