The stories of several film directors are outlined on this website. Two of them were highlighted for you: Pier Paolo Pasolini and Stanley Kubrick. The former’s relationship with film censorship was an important aspect of his interaction with political and judiciary power. The latter – whose films are exhaustively documented throughout the site – can “boast” at least two striking cases: one regards the vicissitudes of Clockwork Orange, the other looks at the R rating given to Full Metal Jacket. Kubrick formally protested against this with a letter that is featured here.