PG | | Adventure, Drama, History
An Irish rogue wins the heart of a rich widow and assumes her dead husband's aristocratic position in 18th-century England.
Contrary to legend, this film did use artificial lighting in some scenes (for example, when Brian learns he's getting a horse). However, it is true that no electronic lighting was used for the candle-lit scenes. A lens built by the Carl Zeiss; Co. ... ...
Gentlemen, cock your pistols! Gentlemen...
Narrator: Barry's father...
Second: ...aim your pistols!
Narrator: ...had been bred, like many other young sons of a genteel family, to the profession of the law.
Narrator: And there is no doubt he would've...
Narrator: ...made an eminent ...
While the Chevalier is gambling with Lord Ludd (after he and Barry escape into Saxony), we see the Chevalier cheating: there is a cut to his right hand, under the table, where he drops a card (the four of clubs) from his sleeve and into the palm of his hand. Immediately before this cut, his right hand is resting on the gaming table and his left arm is by his side. Immediately after this cheat-cut, his right hand remains on the table and he brings his left hand above the table to drop the palmed card (the card that we just saw him palm into his right hand).
English, German, French
13 March 2017 9:59 AM, -05:00
‘Barry Lyndon’ Live Score First Look: Experience Stanley Kubrick’s Period Drama Like Never Before — Watch
1 March 2017 11:00 AM, -05:00
‘Moonlight’ is the Most Frugal Best Picture Ever: See Analysis of the 10 Lowest-Budget Winners of all Time
Dive deep into IMDb Picks, Amazon Originals, and more.