Get thee to the (Sister) Corita (Kent) and the language of Pop exhibit at the Harvard art museums before it closes in early January 2016. Two great films of "Mary's Day" at IHM in '64 and '65 loop in the galleries. This clip will give you a l'il taste of the sort of thing to expect.
Of course, there are other ways of frightening the horses. A world away from skinheads and West Ham, another director we look at is Jonathan Glazer, whose last two films, Birth and Under the Skin, wear as badges of honour the volatile receptions they received at international film festivals. But the genius of Clarke was that he messed with ordinary millions across Britain. It wasn’t just that he scared and outraged people; it was that he did it on the telly after the local news and between adverts for Cinzano.