A Clockwork Orange – What’s the Difference?

by | Jul 8, 2020

“Viddy well little brother, Viddy well”

Stanley Kubrick’s epic dystopian crime adaption of A Clockwork Orange is certainly one of his most controversial. The violent, explicit & vulgar antics of Alex DeLarge and his gang of “droogs” was met with much critical anger and the film was forced to have major cuts before being released. In the U.K. Kubrick revived death threats and he removed the film from distribution. The film was based on a 1962 novel, by the same name, written by Anthony Burgess, but the film and book have a very different narrative. Here to talk you through the differences between book and film is CineFix with another episode of What’s the Difference?. Prepare to find out exactly what the title of the film is all about as we rip into A Clockwork Orange – What’s the Difference? Enjoy…


Stanley Kubrick’s film isn’t as faithful to Anthony Burgess’ novel as we first thought. Here are some of the major adaptation differences between the book and movie.



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