Max L. Raab


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Walkabout (1971) -- (Movie Clip) This Is Australia! The Australian city-dwelling sister and brother (Jenny Agutter and Lucien John, son of the director and cinematographer Nicolas Roeg), abandoned in the Outback, are growing desperate, recklessly napping in the sun when the native boy (David Gulpilil) first appears, in Walkabout, 1971.
Walkabout (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Go Out Of Sight! Nicolas Roeg in his first outing as solo director and cinematographer, has offered little explanation of what's up with a father, daughter and son (John Meillon, Jenny Agutter and Lucien John, Roeg's son) at the edge of the Australian Outback, but it feels weird, early in Walkabout, 1971.
Walkabout (1971) -- (Movie Clip) For One Set Of Values Another striking sequence by director and cinematographer Nicolas Roeg, the Aboriginal boy (David Gulpilil) hunting, then ever more comfortable with the city-dwelling sister and brother (Jenny Agutter, Lucien John) he's rescued in the Outback, with emphatic intercutting, in Walkabout, 1971.
Clockwork Orange, A (1971) -- (Movie Clip) I Knew Such Lovely Pictures Home in desolate, crime-ridden autocratic future-England, thug Alex (Malcolm McDowell, narrating) after a night of violent crime, relaxes with his favorite composer, while director Stanley Kubrick runs free, in A Clockwork Orange, 1971, from the Anthony Burgess novel.
Clockwork Orange, A (1971) -- (Movie Clip) It Was Ludwig Van From the famous sequence, on his second day of violence-aversion treatment, with doctors (Carl Duering, Madge Ryan) observing, inmate Alex (Malcolm McDowell) discovers his favorite composer used as background to the films he’s made to watch, in Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, 1971.
Clockwork Orange, A (1971) -- (Movie Clip) There Was Me, That Is, Alex Director-producer Stanley Kubrick’s opening to perhaps his most provocative film, Malcolm McDowell as Alex introduces himself and his “Droogs” (Michael Tarn, James Marcus, Warren Clarke) who guzzle spiked milk then attack a vagrant (Paul Farrell), in A Clockwork Orange, 1971.