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Analysis of Clockwork Orange The film A Clockwork Orange is to me an almost exact replica of todays society Basically one kid who seems to have come from a financially sound home and community goes through about three stages--1 He violates the laws society has set forth to maintain order 2 He is caught and punished for his crimes against society 3 He feels remorse for his violence and sexually deviance although at the end of the film hes back to his old delinquent self The main character Alex is shown as a typical juvenile offender He is shown in such a comparable manner not because all juvenile offenders are out robbing rapping and murdering people although an argument could be made that todays offenders are as bad if not worse but because he can do such things and feel no remorse until he is caught His parents provide for him but only in a financial light What good is it if his parents dont get involved in his extracurricular activities He goes out all night doing wrong and his parents think hes out working cmon In todays society many parents are at the source of why a child may start to commit crimes They are not involved or in some cases just dont care enough about their children to teach them the rights and wrongs of society Alex seemed to find the love he didnt get from his parents in his friends Alex and his friends did a lot of damage to others but of course they did it as a group They beat up an old man who asked for change they fought another group of people they broke into a house and beat up the old man who lived there then beat up his wife killing her but only after they raped her As a group they were to be feared but when two of them tried to stand up
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