Stanley Kubrick‘s Barry Lyndon is a beautiful film. Staggering, even. Wanting to mimic period light sources, Kubrick discovered an outdated model of camera and a (then) high-tech modern lens would allow him to capture the precious little light put put by candles for his nighttime scenes. But that’s just one example of the care he put into this film. It is also one of his slowest films; even if that is a deliberate choice as well.
BFI is bringing the film back to UK theaters on July 29th and posted a new trailer (via Indiewire) featuring some of the film’s most evocative images … a perhaps a few brief NSFW moments.
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