First rendez-vous of Psi-che Cinema!, organised by the Jungian Temenos Cultural Centre, with the screening of "A Clockwork Orange" by Stanley Kubrick.

Cinema Massimo – 13 January 2018, 4.30 p.m. – Screen Three

The new cycle of Psi-che Cinema! rendez-vous, an initiative organised by the Jungian Temenos Cultural Centre with the collaboration of the National Cinema Museum, starts in January, proposing a trip through three cinema masterpieces for those who want an introspective and psychological approach. The first meeting is dedicated A Clockwork Orange by Stanley Kubrick.


The meeting after the screening intends to propose a psychological reading of the film, through an introduction to the Jungian theme of the Shadow, that part of the personality that is concealed or removed because it is considered incompatible with the values and attitudes with which the individual or society identify themselves. The conversation will be conducted by Andrea Graglia, a Jungian oriented psychologist from Turin, and will involve both the public and guests Marco Gay, a Jungian psychoanalyst from Verona, and Grazia Paganelli from the National Cinema Museum.

Admission to the screening is 6.00/4.00 euro, while admission to the meeting is free.


Stanley Kubrick

A Clockwork Orange

(Great Britain 1971, 137’, DCP, col., o.v. it. s/t)

Alex is a young man devoted to theft, rape and murder. After raping a writer's wife, he ends up in jail: a path begins from here, that ought to turn him from an amoral delinquent into a good citizen thanks to brainwashing. Based on the novel by Anthony Burgess.