Clockwork Orange Meaning

A guy standing in front of the Trellick Tower in London Kensington looking like Alex: the movie’s anti-hero from Stanley Kubrick‘s Clockwork Orange.

The title is a metaphor for “…an organic entity, full of juice and sweetness and agreeable odour, being turned into an automaton. It’s about exploring the relationship between ethics/morality and free will. A lack of free will makes the choice to be a good person meaningless – it is the temptations we face and the choices we make that make us human

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One Response to Clockwork Orange Meaning

  • I saw the film about 20 years ago and watched it again recently- think it shocked me more the second time around

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