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'The myth of Clockwork Orange crimes'

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It's 40 years since Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange was first shown, how have our attitudes to towards, violence in films changed?

Andreas Whittam Smith, former president of the British Board of Film Classification, and Julian Petley, professor of journalism and screen media at Brunel University, discuss whether our tolerance levels for violence in movies has changed.


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