A Clockwork Orange

Movie • 1971 • Drama  Report
Does a cat die?
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gayle
this would go under other animals, not cat, dog or horse
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Are there bugs?
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Does an animal die?
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BootNaggit
The main character's pet snake dies offscreen while he is away.
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BootNaggit
The main character has a large pet snake that only shows up briefly at the beginning. It does not attack anyone.
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mangohichew
im not sure why so many people said yes, ive watched several times and havent noticed any spiders or anything that looks spider like in form
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atthehuskinbee
There are break-ins, but no stalking is involved.
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lalalink
Technically the main character is a child, but it depends which version or media you are using. In the novel, he is about fifteen, but in the movie he is supposedly older, possibly eighteen.
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CarrieRoth
They use milk laced with narcotics
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CarrieRoth
There is an old man who is clearly drunk
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areyouciarious
There is a scene while the main character is in prison that shows a man's throat being cut
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areyouciarious
A woman's head is crushed using a large bludgeoning object slammed down on her open mouth. I would assume teeth are damaged in the process. The act itself is not shown on screen.
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areyouciarious
The actual act is not shown on screen
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LiamMcGreevy
During a scene where there are several short clips of unrelated violence, we see a woman in a dress being hung.
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thomson
Particularly gruesome when the main character's eyes are forced to stay open by a mechanical contraption (which actually damaged the actor's corneas IRL).
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jellybean
a character is briefly seen drowning
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BootNaggit
The main character is forced to watch movies of graphic violence, his eyes being forced open with clamps. He is also beaten and drowned.
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BootNaggit
A woman's skull is cracked (not shown graphically) and the main character's nose get's broken by a glass bottle smashed on his face.
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realfrnds
No, but someone attempts to
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Does a kid die?
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thomson
The droogs' uniforms, makeup and masks could be seen as clownish.
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Melody Gabrielle Reuter-Costa
i think that tub scenes count
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kindlyviking
Not sure what all the yes ratings are about. Literally JUST watched this movie, and though the main character experiences nausea and burps and groans a lot, there is absolutely zero v*
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lalalink
While first entering the prison, an officer spits directly on the main character’s face after he is beaten by them.
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No, if anything this movie is very anti police, showing them in a very bad light as abusive.
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lalalink
When beginning the treatment “cure” the main character from acts of crime, the facility uses a needle, but it is not shown as it is inserted.
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BlancheDuBois
The main character is strapped down with his eyes forced open and is forced to watch what is on the screen in order to cure him of his violent actions. (Aversion Therapy) There are a lot of electrodes attached to his head and it overall is a unpleasant scene of torture.
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BootNaggit
The main character is briefly in a hospital bed.
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atthehuskinbee
In the mental institution and towards the end of the movie, Alex panics when he hears Beethoven, which causes him to scream and thrash about.
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realfrnds
No, but someone tries to
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ValentinaVi
Noises coming from a character eating in the hospital.
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ushdbsns
Someone attempts suicide. I think that should count for self harm.
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Does a baby cry?
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Yes. The "kubrick stare" where the main character stares directly into the camera is almost the character looking directly at the viewer. The movie is also narrated by the main character.
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mystedragon
there is no antisemitism, but nazis and a swastika are briefly shown on screen, so keep that in mind.
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BootNaggit
There are multiple extended sexual assault scenes, including the opening of the movie, and one shortly after that. There is also a depiction of graphic sexual assault in the scene where the main character watches movies.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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gayle
not shown, but so strongly implied that his mom did, and the priest lays him down in his underwear and grabs his crotch on Alexs' parent's bed.
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Sid
As well as the sexual assaults there’s a threesome that’s shown graphically but in fast forward
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featherell
The ending varies depending on the version of the book you are reading (USA vs UK version) and the film has a different ending. However, there is a negative overall tone in most versions.
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realfrnds
no one drowns, but there's a scene where someone is nearly drowned
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