“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
IMO he was never better than in A Clockwork Orange.The first time I saw it I was high on acid(yeah I know). My wife at the time flipped out in the theater and stood up, started yelling and ran screaming down the aisle and out.yikes
I agree with you about "A Clockwork Orange". I went to a theater to see it in 1972. Because of the rating of the film at the time, the only place anywhere in my area that would show it was a porno palace.........
I rather enjoyed his work in “If...” (which, oddly enough is include in Amazon Prime at the moment ), and it’s “sort of a sequel” “Oh, Lucky Man!” - which has a fabulous score by Alan Price. Both are odd movies that rapidly devolve into surealusm - especially the latter one.