We’re covering arguably Kubrick’s most controversial film in this commentary, his 1971 spot of ultraviolence A Clockwork Orange. Join us as we watch Malcolm McDowell’s urbane psycho Alex DeLarge wreak havoc, before having havoc wreaked upon him in this exploration of his violence to society, governmental violence on their subjects, and the role of free will in moral frameworks. Quite complex, for a film where a lady is bludgeoned to death with a giant plaster phallus. Check it out! Or don’t. No retribution will be levied for non-checking-outness. We’re not animals.
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