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    May 22,  · A Clockwork Orange () features one of the more uncomfortable scenes in cinema, when Alex (Malcolm McDowell) is submitted to the aversion therapy tactics of the fictional Ludovico zululardrelaanayariel.infoinfo the film, a Dr. Brodsky (Carl Duering) of the Ludovico medical facility forces Alex to watch violent images for extended periods of time as his eyes are held open with specula.
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    A will unbroken Has evolved an upright motion Yet on your knees I see is where you feel complete Ludovico Technique - "Beyond Therapy" 6. Ludovico Technique - Wired for Destruction (Cryogen Second remix) See zululardrelaanayariel.infoinfoers: 44K.
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    Putting aside the dehumanization of Alex's victims—we basically see the victims like Alex does, as anonymous bags of meat—Kubrick makes the Ludovico technique super-duper brutal to get viewers to question whether or not it is right to subject anyone, even a violent criminal like Alex, to this kind of barbaric procedure.
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    Dr. Branom: A scientist, co-developer of the Ludovico technique. He appears friendly and almost paternal towards Alex at first, before forcing him into the theatre and what Alex calls the "chair of torture". Dr. Brodsky: Branom's colleague and co-developer of the Ludovico technique. He seems much more passive than Branom and says considerably zululardrelaanayariel.infoinfo: Anthony Burgess.
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    Ludovico Technique LLC was an art and entertainment production company which produces a variety of media, from feature films, to comic books. Their name comes from the Ludovico technique, a fictitious brainwashing technique from both the novel and the film A Clockwork Orange.
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    The Ludovico Technique trope as used in popular culture. Taken from A Clockwork Orange, this was the name of the morally dubious "aversion therapy" undergone .
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    Dec 06,  · The Ludovico Technique is a fictional behavior modification treatment that features prominently in the book and film adaptation of A Clockwork Orange. A Clockwork Orange is a dystopian novel written in by Anthony Burgess. The novel follows Al.
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