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The legendary film finally gets a home video release nearly thirty years after it initial release. Covering the exploits of Alex and his gang as they indulge in rape, ultra-violence and Beethoven, dealing with Alex being sent to prison and then having an experimental form of rehabilitation tried out on him. Set in the not to distant future the design of the film is fantastic and still looks original today, with the central role played by a youthful looking Malcolm McDowell, who plays the role perfectly. This is the first time that you've been able to buy this film as its director Stanley Kubrick, who was troubled by the reports of copycat violence following its cinema release, withdrew it from this country.


A Clockwork Orange is renowned for being the most controversial and confrontational film from auteur director Stanley Kubrick, even today it still packs a punch for political satire in addition to typical violence. Malcolm McDowell is Alex DeLarge, A Droog leader whose interests include ultra-violence, Beethoven and of course the old in-out

After being betrayed by his treacherous Droogs, the protagonist embarks on a government experiment to 'cure' him which temporarily works despite some devastating consequences. Watch in wonder, a film which was so disputable, it was even withdrawn by its own directora compelling film that will have you humming away to the ninth right up until Gene Kelly cuts in


Special Features: Original Theatrical Trailer * Widescreen 1.66:1 * Dolby Digital 5.1 * Languages - English, French, Italian * Subtitles - English, French, Italian, Dutch, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Romanian, Bulgarian * Hearing Impaired Subtitles - English, Italian * Region 2 / PAL / Colour * Running Time 131 Minutes
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#1
I remember my school English Department having posters up advertising this film! :?
#2
suze
I remember my school English Department having posters up advertising this film! :?

Blimey, you're going back a bit there!

This film is worth watching. Not quite sure it deserves its cult status though. If it does it's not gained through its quality.
#3
RedOnRed
Blimey, you're going back a bit there!


It would have been roughly about 1976'ish! :oops:

You have just made me feel very old!! :-( :giggle:
#4
suze
It would have been roughly about 1976'ish! :oops:

You have just made me feel very old!! :-( :giggle:


Lol, that makes two of us.

I think I can remember there being posters up, but that would be when I was at secondary school which was in the late seventies.

Hasn't it gone quickly since? If the next 30 years go as quickly i'll be in my seventies...:roll:
banned#5
Please stay on topic, if you want to discuss the fact your bodies don't work as they should, open a new thread in the Forum. Thanks :whistling:
#6
We were having a discussion about the film and how it's impacted on our lives over the years - if that's OK in your book?
#7
Gr8 film ----"im singing in the the rain *whack" im singing in the rain * whack"
#8
Vidi well my brother vidi well.

Im still waiting on a version with better bonus features like commentary and documentary.

Still great find:thumbsup:


Voted droogishly hot

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