Before “Drive”, Nicolas Winding Refn directed “Bronson”. The film, starring Tom Hardy, tells the story of Charles Bronson, a young man who was sentenced to seven years in prison for robbing a post office and eventually ends up spending three decades in solitary confinement. He has become the most notorious inmate in England. “Bronson” already features elements that we associate with Nicolas Winding Refn’s films, such as its pumping soundtrack. A modern “Clockwork Orange”, “Bronson” features unforgettable music between the recurring electro-pop “Digital Versicolor” by Glass Candy, the menacing “The Electrician” by The Walker Brothers and music by the likes of New Order and Pet Shop Boys. Balancing this modern act, the film includes beautiful classical compositions by Giuseppe Verdi, Richard Wagner, Anton Bruckner and more!