Clockwork Orange, A

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Clockwork Orange, A

depicts a future state that enforces conformity and crushes all heresy and rebellion. [Br. Lit.: Anthony Burgess Clockwork Orange]
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I'm hoping that it will stimulate debate and that people will enjoy the production and then maybe go out and read some more books by Anthony Burgess or even A Clockwork Orange again.
He had small parts in Coronation Street before playing the part of Dim, a thug in A Clockwork Orange.
Watch old movies like A Clockwork Orange, Blade Runner, or Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome because they show a punk, post-apocalyptic way of seeing the world.
Norton and Company emended the American edition of Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange (1962) by publishing the novel's missing twenty-first chapter, previously only available in British and other international editions of the book.
Like Malcolm McDowell in A Clockwork Orange, Bale really comes alive only when Bateman is victimizing.
For purposes of the present debate, though, A Clockwork Orange illustrates an attitude toward violence that is so rare as to be almost non-existent, especially on television.
Warner Home Video Director's Series: Stanley Kubrick is a new six-film, 10-disc widescreen and newly remastered collection that includes Special Editions of 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Eyes Wide Shut, The Shining and Full Metal Jacket Deluxe Edition, along with the full-length documentary, A Life in Pictures.
And David Pelham's seminal cover for Anthony Burgess' notorious A Clockwork Orange is just the thing to make you look, as the book's protagonist Alex might put it, "real horrorshow, like" - which means good, by the way.
The star, who also appeared in films such as A Clockwork Orange and Room at the Top, died in a London hospital after a battle with cancer.
A NEW stage adaptation of cult book A Clockwork Orange is showing on Tyneside.
But for three nights in March, it will become the stamping ground of Alex and his droogs, the teenage thugs from Anthony Burgess's novel A Clockwork Orange.
Fred Davies has become honoured with an associate membership of the Welsh Photographic Federation for his candid pictures of old men in Tuscany Martyn Pinches, who took Girl in Feathers, above, and Karl Mullen, who took A Clockwork Orange, left, have achieved Artiste award from Federation Internationale de L'Art Photographique