Clockwork Orange, A Easter Egg - Space Music

1.- Watch the movie until Alex is in the record store. 2.- As he walks by the shelves of records, you can see the soundtrack to "2001:A Space Odyssey." 2001, was directed by Stanley Kubrick, who also directed "orange"

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Contributed By: Chip on 08-06-1999
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PandaReum writes:
About MOLOKO (which is a band i like so much). The MOLOKO PLUS mentioned in the movie, is a real drink from the seventies-eighties, popular in England & France : it's milk with LSD.
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That's correct, in Russian word "Moloko" means "Milk" :)
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greenbeen55 writes:
The MOLOKO remark is correct, as they order MOLOKO PLUS, which would be the aforementioned Milk and L.S.D. Great film!
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tim writes:
Since several people have posted regarding the language used in the movie, let me add that "nadsat" is exactly the Russian equivalent of the English "-teen," as in thirteen, fourteen, etc. Thus, a teenage slang. Tim
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mental writes:
Either in the book itself or the after word they mention that the Russians are subliminally bombarding England. That is why the teenagers use slang that is derived from Russian words.
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Actually, the name of Alex's snake is Basil...heard when Alex asks, 'What about Basil...where's my snake?' to his Dada. So it's not a nod to the old Commies....rather a cute name for a snakey.
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wittyditty writes:
Actually, NADSAT is in fact a pseudo-language, one which consists of words from existing languages i.e moloko and devochka-Russian for milk and woman respectively. In the foreword of the book (this isn't made clear in the film), Anthony Burgess, or some other notable literary reviewer/writer/hanger-on who wants to associate themselves with the book/film, does mention this.
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neukbeest writes:
In this scene there is also a 'top-ten' listing with funny fictional names in them. One of them is 'Heaven Seventeen', which was adobted by a british band in the late seventees.
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Tim writes:
About the MOLOKO thing, well MOLOKO is one of many Russian words used in the film, meaning milk, quite obviously.
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With perverted joy, Stanley Kubrick added Boris the snake to the cast of Clockwork Orange. In early interviews with SK, Malcom Mc Dowell had let slip that he had a genuine dread of reptiles. Our little malchick fondles his pet snake whenever he is alone in his bedroom. --oh that SK!!
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Matt Luh writes:
Also in the background is the word Velocet. There's a band called Campag Velocet who did a song with the word Drencrom in it at some point...
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snuff_out writes:
that's the book that says that- the doctors treating Alex mention it
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L 2000 writes:
This is a easy to discover easter egg, the first time i saw the film (yesterday), i noticed it.
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Micky P writes:
On the back wall of the milk bar are written several words ( in large white letters). One of these is MOLOKO - this has also been used recently for the name of a band. ("Sing it back" is the best known track from then, late 1999)
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bcheetah writes:
Read the book they are not Russianwords they are NADSAT something made by Burgess
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