This scene appears towards the end of the film. After Alex leaves the confines of the treatment center he reenters society as a ‘cured’ individual. Alex has trouble adjusting and faces abusive by family, former friends, and a victim. The screenshot below shows the attack on the victim. Unaware that he has stumbled upon the house of his former victim, Alex hopes to find refuge from a storm. It takes the victim a little while but he finally recognizes Alex and begins to plan his revenge. Alex is caught and trapped in a room. The victim was knowledgeable about the Ludovico technique and knows that Alex has been conditioned against violence, sex, and Beethoven’s Symphony. The victim plays the music as loud as he can and Alex begins to writhe in pain. Alex cannot bear it any longer and jumps out the window. Alex assumes it is the end for him but he ends up surviving. The media gets wind of Alex’s abuse at the hands of the state and demands answers. The government scrabbles to Alex’s bedside to convince him not to press charges. In this scene, a government appointed therapist is checking up on Alex’s state of mind. The clip shows the therapist showing Alex a series of pictures and his task is to fill in the word bubbles. It’s easy to see that Alex is the same as he was in the beginning of A Clockwork Orange. The therapist exclaims, “You been cured”. Ironic, isn’t it?