Nineteen Eighty-Four; (alt.: 1984) (page 7 of 8)

The movie "Nineteen Eighty-Four", directed by Michael Radford. Film based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name. Alternative title: ‘1984’. Seen here from left, Richard Burton as O'Brien and John Hurt as Winston Smith restrained in Room 101 with a small cage strapped to his head. From part 3, chapter 5, "The worst thing in the world," said O'Brien, "varies from individual to individual. It may be burial alive, or death by fire, or by drowning, or by impalement, or fifty other deaths. " (...) / "In your case," said O'Brien, "the worst thing in the world happens to be rats." Initial UK theatrical release October 10, 1984. Screen capture. Copyright © 1984 Virgin Cinema Films Limited. Credit: © 1984 Virgin Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Nineteen Eighty-Four", directed by Michael Radford. Film based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name. Alternative title: ‘1984’. Seen here, John Hurt (back to camera) as Winston Smith being lead to Room 101. From part 3, chapter 5: "You asked me once," said O'Brien, "what was in Room 101. I told you that you knew the answer already. Everyone knows it. The thing that is in Room 101 is the worst thing in the world." Initial UK theatrical release October 10, 1984. Screen capture. Copyright © 1984 Virgin Cinema Films Limited. Credit: © 1984 Virgin Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Nineteen Eighty-Four", directed by Michael Radford. Film based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name. Alternative title: ‘1984’. Seen here from left, Richard Burton as O'Brien and John Hurt (strapped to table) as Winston Smith. From part 3, chapter 3: O'Brien speaks to Winston, "If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face -- forever." Initial UK theatrical release October 10, 1984. Screen capture. Copyright © 1984 Virgin Cinema Films Limited. Credit: © 1984 Virgin Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Nineteen Eighty-Four", directed by Michael Radford. Film based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name. Alternative title: ‘1984’. Seen here, Richard Burton as O'Brien. He attempts to break Winston. From part 3, chapter 2: the exchange: "How many fingers, Winston?" / "Four! Stop it, stop it! How can you go on? Four! Four!" / "How many fingers, Winston?" / "Five! Five! Five!" / "No, Winston, that is no use. You are lying. You still think there are four. How many fingers, please?' / "Four! Five! Four! Anything you like. Only stop it, stop the pain!" Initial UK theatrical release October 10, 1984. Screen capture. Copyright © 1984 Virgin Cinema Films Limited. Credit: © 1984 Virgin Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Nineteen Eighty-Four", directed by Michael Radford. Film based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name. Alternative title: ‘1984’. Seen here from left, Richard Burton (in foreground, back to camera) as O'Brien and John Hurt as Winston Smith restrained. In background, British actor John Hughes as Man in White Coat. From part 3, chapter 2, an exchange started by O'Brien: "How many fingers am I holding up, Winston?" / "Four." / "And if the Party says that it is not four but five -- then how many?" / "Four." / The word ended in a gasp of pain. The needle of the dial had shot up to fifty-five.' Initial UK theatrical release October 10, 1984. Screen capture. Copyright © 1984 Virgin Cinema Films Limited. Credit: © 1984 Virgin Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Nineteen Eighty-Four", directed by Michael Radford. Film based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name. Alternative title: ‘1984’. Seen here, John Hurt as Winston Smith during a raid. From part 2, chapter 10: ‘The picture had fallen to the floor uncovering the telescreen behind it. / "Now they can see us," said Julia. / "Now we can see you," said the voice. “Stand out in the middle of the room. Stand back to back. Clasp your hands behind your heads. Do not touch one another.” / They were not touching, but it seemed to him that he could feel Julia's body shaking.’ Initial UK theatrical release October 10, 1984. Screen capture. Copyright © 1984 Virgin Cinema Films Limited. Credit: © 1984 Virgin Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Nineteen Eighty-Four", directed by Michael Radford. Film based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name. Alternative title: ‘1984’. Seen here, a rally. Noted: from part 2, chapter 9, 'On the sixth day of Hate Week, after the processions, the speeches, the shouting, the singing, the banners, the posters, the films, (...) -- at just this moment it had been announced that Oceania was not after all at war with Eurasia. Oceania was at war with Eastasia. Eurasia was an ally.' Initial UK theatrical release October 10, 1984. Screen capture. Copyright © 1984 Virgin Cinema Films Limited. Credit: © 1984 Virgin Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Nineteen Eighty-Four", directed by Michael Radford. Film based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name. Alternative title: ‘1984’. Seen here, Richard Burton as O'Brien. He converses with Winston. From part 3, chapter 2: the exchange, starting with Winston: "Does Big Brother exist?" / "Of course he exists. The Party exists. Big Brother is the embodiment of the Party." / "Does he exist in the same way as I exist?" / "You do not exist,” said O'Brien.’ Initial UK theatrical release October 10, 1984. Screen capture. Copyright © 1984 Virgin Cinema Films Limited. Credit: © 1984 Virgin Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Nineteen Eighty-Four", directed by Michael Radford. Film based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name. Alternative title: ‘1984’. Seen here, John Hurt as Winston Smith. Initial UK theatrical release October 10, 1984. Screen capture. Copyright © 1984 Virgin Cinema Films Limited. Credit: © 1984 Virgin Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Nineteen Eighty-Four", directed by Michael Radford. Film based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name. Alternative title: ‘1984’. Seen here from left, John Hurt as Winston Smith and Gregor Fisher as Parsons. From part 3, chapter 1: "What are you in for?" said Winston. / "Thoughtcrime!" said Parsons, almost blubbering. The tone of his voice implied at once a complete admission of his guilt and a sort of incredulous horror that such a word could be applied to himself.' Initial UK theatrical release October 10, 1984. Screen capture. Copyright © 1984 Virgin Cinema Films Limited. Credit: © 1984 Virgin Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.