This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
In a futuristic dystopian Britain, Stanley Kubrick tells of a rogue youth and his uncomfortable position between good and evil. The films commentary on crime and punishment, and view of an Orwellian forthcoming for society has helped earn A Clockwork Orange worldwide cult appeal.
The story’s anti-hero, Alex De Large, is a twisted example of the dangerous extremities of anarchy. A charismatic character, who’s favourite past times include ultra-violence, rape and Beethoven, Alex eventually finds himself incarcerated for his dreadful…