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Research

While researching the book and film, I came across this article in The Guardian. It isn’t necessarily got anything to do with the book/film but the image accompanying the text was striking and grabbed my attention. 13 more words

A Clockwork Orange

5 Pieces of Cinema and Literature that Challenge Authority

Perhaps the most powerful ability of cinema and literature is to remind us to always think for ourselves and to never stop questioning authority. In this way, film and literature are an incredibly powerful tool to communicate ideas and concepts to an audience, and below are listed 5 prime examples of this. 402 more words

Classic Film

It Felt like a Kiss

For my Documentary Film and Collective Memory class, we watched the documentary It Felt like a Kiss by Adam Curtis (below right) and read Introduction to Documentar… 1,072 more words

Documentaries

Review: A Clockwork Orange (1971)

Stanley Kubrick is one of the most revered directors to have graced cinema, with his releases such as The Shining and 2001: A Space Odyssey… 503 more words

Film

TTT - Stanley Kubrick

No other director, past or present, has attracted the same amount of critical and cult acclaim and such rabid fans. No other director, or perhaps person has had so many urban legends and speculation written about him. 2,100 more words

Movies

horrorshow, a malenky bit - some (informal) notes

To the unfamiliar, the title borrows words from Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange. Nadsat, it’s called – slang spoken by teenagers.

Anyway, what I know is that I need to keep a journal for notes on the texts I read for class, but writing them down slows me down a bit (I mean writing with the starry pen and paper, you know, O brothers), so I’ll be typing them down now. 500 more words

Personal

Classical Condition in A Clockwork Orange

Thought-provoking, chaotic, and mildly-concerning, Stanley Kubrick’s film adaptation of Anthony Burgess’  A Clockwork Orange is sure to leave any reader pensively concerned with dystopian societies. 549 more words

Literature