An Research of the Film and Ultra Violence in A Clockwork Orange by Stanley Kubrick

An Research of the Motion picture and Ultra Violence in A Clockwork Orange by Stanley Kubrick

The movie A Clockwork Orange occurs down the road of London. Anthony

Burgess originally wrote it. Down the road made into a video, and directed by

Stanley Kubrick. The movie is to symbolize ultra-violence and how there can be no

scientific cure yet. The social context is quite violent in the beginning

showing scenes of rape and assault. The motion picture displays a violent killer and

rapist, and an attempt to remedy him that fails.

The writer of A Clockwork Orange is normally Anthony Burgess, also passed the name

Joseph Kell. He was born on February 25, 1917, in Manchester. His family was

middle class, and their religious history was Catholic. His friends and family life was

not easy. His father was a cashier and piano person. His mom died of the flu

in 1919, 2 yrs after he was created.

So along with his mother gone and his daddy not doing to wonderful financially, his

maternal aunt then brought up him. His stepmother afterward raised him. Despite the

many changes in where he was living, he always was very good in school. He continued

his

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