A Clockwork Orange is one of many amazing novels by Anthony Burgess. It was later made into a film by Stanley Kubrick, but the film takes a different direction than the novel does, and changes the theme of the book significantly.
Ultra-violence, milk bars, and a bit o' the old "in-out, in-out..." I'd recommend to anyone who hasn't that they both read the book and see the film, they've both got something cool to offer.
It's one of those things that has nothing to do with a pixel forum. Yup, that's what it is.
By the way, a "clockwork orange" is a representation of an automaton, a robot in society with a fleshy orange outside and standard gears and such on the inside, which is basically what that old droog Alex becomes.
Post by Frank Jaeger on Nov 11, 2003 18:42:28 GMT -5
Sals, how about you pull that stick out of your ass? I was just asking because a lot of people post work inspired by the book/film and was curious to know. www.clockworkorange.com doesn't have very much information on it, so I decided to post a topic.
Ok, once I pull it out can I cram it up yours? This is a pixelling forum, and your topic doesn't relate at all. I wasn't even getting on your case and I gave you somewhat of an answer. If these were the actual Pixelation forums your topic would have been locked, so don't get all pissy on me, kid.