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A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange (1972)

Dir. Stanley Kubrick

Written by: Stanley Kubrick (from the novel by Anthony Burgess)

Starring: Malcolm McDowell

Some months ago, when writing about… 1,573 more words

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Best Foreign Film - 1971

Official Nominations: The Garden Of The Finzi-Continis. Dodesukaden. The Emigrants. The Policeman. Tchaikovsky.

Look at the names of those movies and their countries of origin – just look. 502 more words

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My Photographs: Top 5 EYE Film Institute, Amsterdam.

Amsterdam Eye Film Institute, April 2012. The Amsterdam EYE Film Institute is a stunning building located on the north bank of The River IJ, just across the water from the city’s Central train station. 366 more words

The Necessity of Evil and A Clockwork Orange

        In the history of philosophy of religion, one of the most unyielding points of arguments inimical to God’s existence is the existence of evil. Across sacred texts and cultures of theistic beliefs, the essential quality of the being called ‘God’ is almost indistinguishable. 2,151 more words

A Clockwork Orange - Anthony Burgess

I think this is going to be my most negative post so far…

A Clockwork Orange has a lot of hype surrounding it; The Guardian describes it as an ‘essential novel for any teenager’, The New York Times say it is ‘A brilliant novel’, and The Telegraph credit is as a ‘Modern masterpiece.’ I, sadly, do not agree as such. 361 more words

Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Are Worth The Work

When recommending some of the books and television shows I love the most, I often find myself advising a friend to ‘stick with it, it gets better’ or that a particular book might be challenging to read, but the effort pays off in the end. 2,098 more words

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Read and Review: A Clockwork Orange

  • Title: A Clockwork Orange
  • Author: Anthony Burgess
  • Published: 1962

A Clockwork Orange is a dystopian novel set in a future English society where extreme youth violence is common. 331 more words

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