A Clockwork Orange
The violence is probably what most focus on, and with just cause since there haven't been films that horrify as much. I'm interested in Kubrick's thoughts on this: is he glorifying? presenting it cynically? morbidly? I think it's become a style (that has influenced directors like Fincher), but it does so with a message, a moral. I think it works, especially if one is conscious of how horrible the acts are in reality.