United States | 1971 | Stanley Kubrick
Teenage thugs terrorize London in Kubrick’s nasty but aurally and visually dazzling futuristic tale—a sardonic portrait of human nature, freedom, and “civilized” society. From Anthony Burgess’ novel; with Malcolm McDowell.
137 min. 35mm. Adults only! Special Screening! Cinematheque Director John Ewing will introduce the film. Shown as part of The Cleveland Orchestra’s festival “Fate and Freedom: Music of Beethoven and Shostakovich,” taking place 10/22-26 at the Cinematheque, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and Severance Hall. Special thanks to Mark Williams.
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