`The old ultraviolence

Nashawaty, Chris
December 1995
Entertainment Weekly;12/15/95, Issue 305, p92
Entertainment Review
Reviews the motion picture `A Clockwork Orange.' INSET: Time capsule..


Related Articles

  • Real horrorshow. Jackson, Kevin // Sight & Sound;Sep99, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p24 

    Reviews the motion picture `A Clockwork Orange,' directed by Stanley Kubrick.

  • Dinner at Frank's. Gillick, Liam // Art/Text;Nov99-Jan2000, Issue 67, p36 

    This section offers information on various topics. In the early 1970's the film "A Clockwork Orange" which was partly filmed in Thamesmead in London, England was withdrawn from public exhibition in Great Britain because of the concerns by director Stanley Kubrick that his vision of Britain would...

  • SICK CITY BOY. James, Nick // Sight & Sound;May2000, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p22 

    Compares the films `American Psycho,' directed by Mary Harron and `A Clockwork Orange,' directed by Stanley Kubrick. Victims portrayed in the films; What inspired `A Clockwork Orange'; How the 1980s was illustrated in `American Psycho.'

  • 'Clockwork Orange' a chilling study of society's use of violence. Fairbanks, Harold // Advocate;1/19/72, Issue 77, p18 

    Explores Stanley Kubrick's film 'A Clockwork Orange,' concerning the society's use of violence. Background of the film; Cast of characters; Production design; Issues raised at the film.

  • REVIVAL HOUSES.  // New Yorker;4/28/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p20 

    The article presents a list motion pictures and movie houses in New York City. Name of the motion pictures currently showing at each venue and the address information for each venue are included. Among the movies listed include "The Emperor and the General," (1967), "Death in Venice," (1971),...

  • A CLOCKWORK ORANGE. Moskowitz, Kenneth // Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film & Television;Fall76, Issue 16, p28 

    This article reviews the motion picture "A Clockwork Orange," directed by Stanley Kubrick.

  • DATE BOOK.  // Daily Variety;4/8/2005, Vol. 287 Issue 5, p15 

    Presents a screening schedule of several films in the U.S. in April 2005. "A Clockwork Orange;" "Major Dundee;" "Silkwood."

  • Decor as Theme: A Clockwork Orange. Soheback, Vivian C. // Literature Film Quarterly;1981, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p92 

    Focuses the concept of art and violence implied in the motion picture 'A Clockwork Orange,' directed by Stanley Kubrick, based on its adaptation from the novel by Anthony Burgess. Manner by which Kubrick created the film using literary limitation; Discussion on the visualization of the novel in...

  • Video. Leigh, Danny; Macnab, Geoffrey // Sight & Sound;Oct2000, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p64 

    Reviews several videotapes. `Agnes Brown,' directed by Anjelica Huston; `Being John Malkovich,' directed by Spike Jonze; `Bleeder,' directed by Nikolas Winding Refn; `A Clockwork Orange,' directed by Stanley Kubrick.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics