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It’s Very Much A Man’s World In ‘A Clockwork Orange ’

Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi masterpiece is uglier than ever

Fifty years later, director Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange is still electrifying and appalling, and to rewatch it again is to discover nuances that were always there but unseen, ignored, misunderstood. It’s a brutal movie with so much to say, and I just started listening.




by John DeVore

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