Barry Lyndon (1975) - The Use of the Zoom Shot
by Marta Ruggeri
In this video essay, Marta Rugerri discusses the history and evolution of the zoom. Despite its relative unpopularity in the 1970s, Rugerri explores how Stanley Kubrick used zooms as the organizing visual principle in his 1975 film Barry Lyndon.
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