Directed by: Stanley Kubrick
Actors: Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee and Michael Bates
Also known as: Uhrwerk Orange, Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, Orange mécanique
Description: The film was produced by an exhaustive analysis of the causes of youth crime, intolerance of new generation to the usual moral values and life foundations in modern society. Ruthless gang leader of teenagers commit murder and rape, goes to prison and subjected to special treatment to suppress the subconscious desire for violence. But life outside the gates of the prison is that the measures taken to “correct severe nature” can not change anything.
Review: “A Clockwork Orange” – as I thought, definitely not a film for everyone. Unloaded from conversations easier, in a way forbidden movie-pictures, it becomes a heavy psychological history, which is worth reflecting on. I personally visited the feeling that I first watched a movie, and then switch to another, but the experience of this does not change, but the opposite. If throughout the film showed the robbery gang, whose leader was Alex (want to notice that Malcolm McDowell as no one else suitable for this role), it would be less interesting than trying to rehabilitate offenders with a special technique. However, this technique brings unpleasant consequences for our anti-hero in the form of generated blevotno reflex, while trying to make one of those atrocities that show him on the screen countless times. How could easily have Alex with involuntary nausea of those crimes that do not feed him, he still will not be fed. Begins an internal struggle with all his “passions” and the fact that they are trying to cram into his subconscious. Even from his beloved “Symphony N9» Beethoven pulls him over to the sink – clean. And all because of that one of the film shows him the music was played.