Barry Lyndon (1975)

8.25 / Rated by 2 people

Drama
Romance
War
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187 min.
Plot  Act I

:''By What Means Redmond Barry Acquired the Style and Title of Barry Lyndon''

An omniscient (though possibly unreliable) narrator relates that in 1750s Ireland, the father of Redmond Barry is killed in a duel over a sale of some horses. The widow, disdaining offers of marriage, devotes herself to her only son.

As a despondent young man, Barry becomes infatuated with his older cousin, Nora Brady. Though she charms him during a card game, she later shows interest in a well-off British Army captain, John Quin, much to Barry's dismay. Nora and her family plan to leverage their finances through marriage, while Barry holds Quin in contempt and escalates the situation until a fateful duel beside a river when Barry shoots Quin. In the aftermath, Barry is urged to flee from incoming police and head through the countryside towards Dublin, but along the way he is robbed of purse, pistol, and horse by Captain Feeney, an infamous highwayman.

Dejected, Barry ...
  

Director(s)

Cast

Michael Hordern
(narrator)
Ryan O'Neal
Redmond Barry
Marisa Berenson
Lady Lyndon
Patrick Magee
The Chevalier du Balibari
Hardy Krüger
Captain Potzdorf
Gay Hamilton
Nora Brady
Godfrey Quigley
Captain Grogan
Steven Berkoff
Lord Ludd
Wolf Kahler
Prince of Tubingen
Murray Melvin
Reverend Samuel Runt
Frank Middlemass
Sir Charles Reginald Lyndon
Leon Vitali
Lord Bullingdon
Dominic Savage
Young Bullingdon
Leonard Rossiter
Captain John Quin
André Morell
Lord Wendover
Anthony Sharp
Lord Hallam
David Morley
Bryan Patrick Lyndon
Arthur O'Sullivan
Captain Feeney
Billy Boyle
Seamus Feeney
Roger Booth
King George III

Others

All Titles

Barry Lyndon
English Original Title

Release Dates

Language

English

Updates

  Barton Fink rated Barry Lyndon (1975) with 8.0 stars / 29.01.2017



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