I am fine with as much sexuality as you can throw at me so I only felt uncomfortable during the more violent scenes and as to why people feel uncomfortable with sex is beyond me. You should read the novel because the ending is much better and will give you a different outlook on the story as a whole.
" I'm by no means a prude of any sort but the over the top sexuality in it made me uncomfortable. I also didn't buy into the whole "this is set in the future" theme. I just came away from it thinking I don't get it. "
I can see why people don't like it. There was a forum someone started about what movies have scared the crap out of you, A Clockwork Orange is up there for me. The implications of thought control and the mental torture that was in this film left my head spinning. I think it is a great film.
That being said... I can see why some people were bored out of their minds.
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