REEL Table Talks Podcast Episode 2 – A Clockwork Orange (1971)

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Film Faculty contributors Jason Beaulieu and Carrie Lynn have a round table discussion about Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange (1971) hosted by Jason Michael (@Film_Faculty). Speakers discuss the following topics:

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Introduction

1) What was your initial reaction to A Clockwork Orange? (2:20)

2) The Binary Paradox in A Clockwork Orange (15:11)

3) The Music of A Clockwork Orange (32:15)

4) The Evolution of Indoctrination Expressed Via the Three Stages in A Clockwork Orange (53:30)

5) The Media and Violence in A Clockwork Orange   (1:07:53)

6) The Tracking Shot in A Clockwork Orange  (1:25:34)

7) Subverting the Classic 3-Beat Structure in A Clockwork Orange  (1:31:56)

8) Discussing the Snow Scene at the End of A Clockwork Orange  (1:42:08)

9) Questions from Twitter @Film_Faculty  (1:55:58)

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