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A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange

Being the adventures of a young man whose principal interests are rape, ultra-violence and Beethoven.

In a near-future Britain, young Alexander DeLarge and his pals get their kicks beating and raping anyone they please. When not destroying the lives of others, Alex swoons to the music of Beethoven. The state, eager to crack down on juvenile crime, gives an incarcerated Alex the option to undergo an invasive procedure that'll rob him of all personal agency. In a time when conscience is a commodity, can Alex change his tune?

Release Date : 19 Dec, 1971
Duration : 2h 17m
Science Fiction Drama
Vote Average : 8.225 Vote Count : 10,847 Popularity : 37.322

Top Billed Casting

  • Malcolm McDowell

    Malcolm McDowell

    Alexander DeLarge

    (Acting)

  • Warren Clarke

    Warren Clarke

    Dim

    (Acting)

  • Michael Tarn

    Michael Tarn

    Pete

    (Acting)

  • James Marcus

    James Marcus

    Georgie

    (Acting)

  • Patrick Magee

    Patrick Magee

    Mr. Alexander

    (Acting)

  • Michael Bates

    Michael Bates

    Chief Guard

    (Acting)

  • John Clive

    John Clive

    Stage Actor

    (Acting)

  • Adrienne Corri

    Adrienne Corri

    Mrs. Alexander

    (Acting)

  • Carl Duering

    Carl Duering

    Dr. Brodsky

    (Acting)

  • Paul Farrell

    Paul Farrell

    Tramp

    (Acting)

  • Clive Francis

    Clive Francis

    Lodger

    (Acting)

  • Michael Gover

    Michael Gover

    Prison Governor

    (Acting)

  • Miriam Karlin

    Miriam Karlin

    Catlady

    (Acting)

  • Aubrey Morris

    Aubrey Morris

    Deltoid

    (Acting)

  • Godfrey Quigley

    Godfrey Quigley

    Prison Chaplain

    (Acting)

  • Sheila Raynor

    Sheila Raynor

    Mum

    (Acting)

  • Madge Ryan

    Madge Ryan

    Dr. Branom

    (Acting)

  • John Savident

    John Savident

    Conspirator

    (Acting)

  • Anthony Sharp

    Anthony Sharp

    Minister

    (Acting)

  • Philip Stone

    Philip Stone

    Dad

    (Acting)

  • Pauline Taylor

    Pauline Taylor

    Psychiatrist

    (Acting)

  • Margaret Tyzack

    Margaret Tyzack

    Conspirator

    (Acting)

  • Richard Connaught

    Richard Connaught

    Billyboy

    (Acting)

  • David Prowse

    David Prowse

    Julian

    (Acting)

  • Gillian Hills

    Gillian Hills

    Sonietta

    (Acting)

  • Carol Drinkwater

    Carol Drinkwater

    Nurse Feeley

    (Acting)

  • Virginia Wetherell

    Virginia Wetherell

    Stage Actress

    (Acting)

  • Katya Wyeth

    Katya Wyeth

    Girl in Ascot Fantasy

    (Acting)

  • George Coulouris

    George Coulouris

    Professor (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Pat Roach

    Pat Roach

    Milkbar Bouncer (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Steven Berkoff

    Steven Berkoff

    Detective Constable Tom

    (Acting)

  • Lindsay Campbell

    Lindsay Campbell

    Police Inspector

    (Acting)

  • John J. Carney

    John J. Carney

    Detective Sergeant

    (Acting)

  • Vivienne Chandler

    Vivienne Chandler

    Handmaiden in Bible Fantasy

    (Acting)

  • Prudence Drage

    Prudence Drage

    Handmaiden in Bible Fantasy

    (Acting)

  • Lee Fox

    Lee Fox

    Desk Sergeant

    (Acting)

  • Cheryl Grunwald

    Cheryl Grunwald

    Victim of Billyboy’s Gang

    (Acting)

  • Craig Hunter

    Craig Hunter

    Doctor

    (Acting)

  • Barrie Cookson

    Barrie Cookson

    Dr. Alcott

    (Acting)

  • Jan Adair

    Jan Adair

    Handmaiden in Bible Fantasy

    (Acting)

  • Shirley Jaffe

    Shirley Jaffe

    Nurse

    (Acting)

Status

Released


Original Language

English


Production Country

United Kingdom


Budget

2,200,000


Revenue

26,589,000

Reviews

A review by talisencrw

Written by talisencrw on 17 Apr, 2016

As time goes by, I'll always appreciate my Grade 10 English class (1984-85), taught by Mr. Terry. Looking back, it's probably the year that I was introduced to the most great literary works of all my life (especially 'Anthem' by Ayn Rand and 'Nausea' by Jean-Paul Sartre). Included that year in the c...

A review by JPV852

Written by JPV852 on 28 Sep, 2021

Some great visuals and direction not to mention an incredible performance from Malcolm McDowell, I wasn't totally into this, the first half especially was taxing to get through to the point I stopped watching and only finished a couple days later. The rest was good and found myself a bit more engage...