Decades Blogathon – Barry Lyndon (1975)

Thomas J

1975

Greetings one and all. Day four of the Decades Blogathon features Cindy Bruchman and her review of Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon. Her page is a great one for thoughtful, in-depth posts, movie analysis and great photography. I encourage anyone who hasn’t found her yet to check out her page by clicking here. Take it away Cindy!


Thanks to Tom and Mark who are hosting a mid-decade blogathon and allowing me to contribute. I selected the bewildering Stanley Kubrick film epic, Barry Lyndon, not because it was the easiest film to watch in 1975 — One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest won Best Film at the Oscars — but rather Barry Lyndon has had many a movie viewer scratching their heads and wondering what to say about it. When I think of Barry Lyndon, I think of wine lovingly created from Pinot noir grapes. To appreciate the film is…

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