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What is Kubrick's greatest film?
WRONG! It's Barry Lyndon.
I've watched it 50x in the two years I've owned it: first on inferior dvd, then on bluray (remastered), and 2x on big screen.
It's a straight forward, ambient glimpse of the 18th Cent., unburdened by hackneyed concerns for drama & character,
:moreso it prioritizes visuals, movement, music, -because CINEMA- to display an existentialist development of one man's absurd pursuits for a quarter century of his life.