Stanley Kubrick / GB, 1975
Kubrick turned William Thackeray’s novel about the rise and fall of the 18th-century adventurer Barry Lyndon into a series of monumental compositions. The filmmaker evoked the pre-electrified world of the 18th century with rare authenticity by filming only with natural light and by candle light only. One of the films selected by Martin Scorsese.
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In the summer of 2017, Eye staged an exhibition devoted to one of the most important American film directors of the past half-century: Martin Scorsese. Over the years, the director of such classics as Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and The Wolf of Wall Street has elaborated a uniquely personal style of filmmaking.