BFI’s restoration team is certainly one of the best. Often they grab historical pieces of cinematic art and pull modern audiences into screens to witness the movies in all their glory. From Orson Welles to Stephen Spielberg, decorated artists and pioneers of industry are celebrated!
The BFI, now, have tackled Staley Kubrick;s Oscar and BAFTA winning masterpiece Barry Lyndon. And here is a brand new trailer.
The film is a historical movie that revolves around the titular character who is a young Irish lad that is suddenly thrust into 18th Century nobility.
The trailer has been enthusiastically approved by Jan Harlan, Stanley Kubrick’s Executive Producer, who said:
“The trailer does the film justice. Brilliant. I am looking forward to watching the film again.” And he’s not wrong. With a modern version of George Frideric Handel’s ‘Sarabande’ adding more dramatic impact to the screen, Barry Lyndon feels fresh and invigorated.
BARRY LYNDON RETURNS TO CINEMAS 29th JULY