Taliesin Cinema - A Clockwork Orange
Dir: Stanley Kubrick
UK, USA 1971 2hrs 16 mins
Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee, Michael Bates
A dystopian future London is the playground of a teenage gang leader in Stanley Kubrick’s stylish, controversial take on Anthony Burgess’s novel about violence and free will.
Controversy led to the film’s withdrawal from British exhibition for over two decades after its release in 1971. It remains a powerful essay on the pleasures and consequences of physical and psychological violence.
“Kubrick’s dazzling visual style translates the substance of an ‘unfilmable’ book into the language of cinema. And at the dramatic core of the film is a simply astonishing performance by Malcolm MacDowell as Alex.” EMPIRE
Monday 20 May 7.30pm
Prices and Times:
Mon 20th May
|Full price:||£ 7.75|
|Under 18's:||£ 6.50|
|Full time students:||£ 6|
|Other Conc.:||£ 6.50|