A Clockwork Orange [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray]

A Clockwork Orange [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray]

Director: Stanley Kubrick Cast: Malcolm McDowell
Malcolm McDowell
, Patrick Magee
Patrick Magee
, Adrienne Corri
Adrienne Corri
, Aubrey Morris
Aubrey Morris
Stanley Kubrick
A Clockwork Orange [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray]

A Clockwork Orange [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray]

Director: Stanley Kubrick Cast: Malcolm McDowell
Malcolm McDowell
, Patrick Magee
Patrick Magee
, Adrienne Corri
Adrienne Corri
, Aubrey Morris
Aubrey Morris
Stanley Kubrick

4K Ultra HD (Blu-ray - 2 PACK / with Blu-ray)

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Overview

Adapted from Anthony Burgess' acclaimed novel, A Clockwork Orange has been hailed as one of director Stanley Kubrick's finest works as often as it has been castigated for its brutal violence. Set in a bleak, sterile London in the near future, the story follows Alex (Malcolm McDowell), an intelligent, charismatic young hoodlum, as he leads his "droogs" (modeled after the skinheads who teemed throughout England at the time of filming) in their pursuit of sex, drugs, and "ultra-violence." Eventually the gang breaks into a home and commits a horrifying rape and murder for which Alex alone is caught and detained. Given the choice of prison or "experimental therapy," Alex chooses the rehabilitation program -- a choice he will soon regret, as he undergoes a harrowing regimen of reconditioning via physical and psychological torture. He reenters society a "changed" man with a physical aversion to sex and violence strong enough to induce nausea. He quickly learns, however, that he has not yet begun to pay for his crimes, when he encounters both his former cronies and the husband of the woman he killed. The violence is so graphic that the film was for many years banned in its home country. Yet for many unsqueamish viewers, Kubrick's vision of an anarchic future, an obvious allegory for an anarchic present, creates a grim, unrelenting film whose effects linger long after viewing.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/21/2021
UPC: 0883929723430
Original Release: 1971
Source: Warner Home Video
Language: English
Format: Blu-ray
Sales rank: 9,617

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Malcolm McDowell Actor
Patrick Magee Actor
Adrienne Corri Mrs. Alexander
Aubrey Morris Actor
Warren Clarke Actor
Michael Bates Chief Guard
John Clive Stage Actor
Carl Duering Dr. Brodsky
Paul Farrell Hobo
Clive Francis Lodger
Michael Gover Prison Warden
Miriam Karlin Cat Lady
James Marcus Georgie
Godfrey Quigley Prison Chaplain
Sheila Raynor Mum
Madge Ryan Dr. Branom
John Savident Conspirator Dolin
Anthony Sharp Minister of Interior
Philip Stone Dad
Pauline Taylor Psychiatrist
Margaret Tyzack Conspirator Rubinstein
Steven Berkoff Constable
Lindsay Campbell Inspector
Michael Tarn Pete
David Prowse Julian
Jan Adair Handmaiden
Prudence Drage Handmaiden
Vivienne Chandler Handmaiden
John J. Carney C.I.D. Official
Richard Connaught Billyboy
Carol Drinkwater Nurse Feeley
George O'Gorman Bootick Clerk
Cheryl Grunwald Rape Victim
Gillian Hills Sonietta
Craig Hunter Dr. Friendly
Virginia Wetherell Stage Actress
Katya Wyeth Girl in Fantasy
Gaye Brown Actor
Peter Burton Actor
Barrie Cookson Actor
Lee Fox Actor
Neil Wilson Actor
Shirley Jaffe Actor
Barbara Scott Marty
Wendy Carlos Composer,Composer
Rachel Elkind Composer
Gioachino Rossini Composer
Henry Purcell Composer
Ludwig van Beethoven Composer

Technical Credits
Stanley Kubrick Director,Screenwriter,Producer
Si Litvinoff Executive Producer,Producer
Max L. Raab Executive Producer,Producer,Executive Producer
Roy Scammell Stunts
Anthony Burgess Screenwriter
Brian Blamey Sound Effects
André Dias Sound Effects
Peter Glossop Sound Effects
Sandy DellaMarie Special Effects
Eddie Haben Sound Effects
John Jordan Sound Effects,Sound/Sound Designer
Eddie Frewin Stunts
Bernard Williams Producer
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