Barry Lyndon

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'I barely breathed': Tilda Swinton, Emma Thompson, Steve McQueen and more on their most memorable moments at the movies
From transformative nights in the grubbiest of fleapits to spellbinding screenings under the stars, film-makers and critics recall the communal thrill of going to the cinema

15, May, 2020 @5:00 AM

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Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition review – catnip for mid-century modern fans
An exhibition of the enigmatic film-maker’s paraphernalia is rich in detail but low on magic

Catherine Slessor

28, Apr, 2019 @6:59 AM

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Filmworker review – tales from the life of Stanley Kubrick’s right-hand man
A revealing documentary about Leon Vitali, actor-turned-devoted-assistant to the demanding film-maker

Simran Hans

20, May, 2018 @7:00 AM

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From Don't Look Now to The Godfather – why the 1970s is my favourite film decade
While Jaws and Star Wars spawned the blockbuster, groundbreaking film-makers pushed cinema to the limits with edgy drama and sparkling comedy

Ryan Gilbey

03, Apr, 2018 @5:00 AM

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Filmworker review - Stanley Kubrick's right-hand man gets his moment in the limelight
A tender documentary profiles Leon Vitali, who gave up a promising acting career to become the celebrated auteur’s most valued assistant

Gwilym Mumford

19, May, 2017 @7:51 PM

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Barry Lyndon review – re-release of Kubrick’s masterly period piece
Ryan O’Neal plays an 18th-century rogue-turned-aristocrat in Kubrick’s 1975 gem

Wendy Ide

31, Jul, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Barry Lyndon: Kubrick's vision of a compromised life
Barry Lyndon is perhaps Stanley Kubrick’s most charming protagonist – yet he is a bully, a deceiver and a snob

Michael Newton

29, Jul, 2016 @12:00 PM

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Barry Lyndon review – Kubrick's intimate epic of utter lucidity
Stanley Kubrick’s hypnotic masterpiece looks just as good 40 years on, as it follows the fluctuating fortunes of Ryan O’Neal’s humble Irish hero

Peter Bradshaw

28, Jul, 2016 @8:30 PM

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Barry Lyndon: why it’s time to reassess Kubrick’s ‘coffee-table’ movie
Beneath the courtship and civility of the master’s glacial period drama lies a film of striking savagery

John Patterson

25, Jul, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Marisa Berenson: ‘Being directed by Branagh is an amazing adventure’
As an actor for Kubrick and Visconti and a model feted by Yves Saint Laurent, she charmed the 70s. Now she’s making her Shakespearean debut

Kate Kellaway

24, Jul, 2016 @7:59 AM

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Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon: ‘It puts a spell on people’
The director’s 18th-century epic is legendary for the hardships imposed upon its cast, with 150 takes for a single shot not uncommon. But, four decades on, the film’s stars remain united in praise of this beautiful, slow-burning masterpiece

Ryan Gilbey

14, Jul, 2016 @5:09 PM

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