How Kubrick Achieved the Beautiful Cinematography of Barry Lyndon
The opening shot of Barry Lyndon is in many ways representative of the entire film—a story of fate versus coincidence symbolized by a duel in which the victor is almost entirely left up to chance. Join Tyler for a discussion of the beautiful cinematography John Alcott and Stanley Kubrick achieved for the film, as well as some of the challenges they faced along the way.
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