Kubrick uses an icy blue color to parallel the

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a breathing motion. Kubrick uses an icy blue color to parallel the betrayal and eerie nature of the scene. Kubrick uses a fade in and fade out to show this as a sort of pinnacle scene and ultimately the complete shift in Pile's mentality. His screams that align the synthetic breathing create a haunting sort of effect that has a clear impact of Joker, the last one to beat him. A Clockwork Orange scenes: *Film focuses on the imbalance of the human condition and institutional life. Do we lose our humanity if we are deprived of the moral choice between good and evil? *The opening shot of Alex in the milk bar goes from a close of his face and then pulls back to a long shot to reveal the droogs. The milk bar is part of Kubrick's “corridor effect”, and there is a great deal of symmetry in the statues and placement of objects. Kubrick's intense focus on Alex's blue eyes parallel the bright colors of wigs in the room, and the corridor effect allows him to reveal all the contents of the milk bar to the audience. *Alex's Scene of Retaliation from the Droogs: Alex is dragged by Georgie and Dim to an unknown spot in a wooded area. Kubrick's use of a long tracking shot from behind intensifies the apprehension of wait awaits Alex, as we can only see the backs of the three characters. We are as blind as Alex into what his retribution will be.
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  • Fall '10
  • WALTERKORTE
  • A Clockwork Orange, Film editing, Kubrick, Wide-angle lens, milk bar, Form Kane scenes

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