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Barry Lyndon, the highly-regarded film Roger Ebert dubbed "one of the most beautiful ever made," comes to the big screen at Brooklyn's King Theatre in a newly-restored edition, with its Academy Award-winning score performed live by conductor Ryan McAdams and the 50-piece Wordless Music Orchestra. Created by Stanley Kubrick, the director of such masterpieces as 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Shining, Dr. Strangelove and more, the 1975 film follows the adventures of an ambitious 18th-century Irish rogue -- played by Ryan O'Neal -- who schemes his way into wealth and power through marriage to a countess (Marisa Berenson), before his fortunes turn and tragedy strikes. Shot with special low-light lenses in meticulous detail and painterly style, the costume epic boasts an Oscar-winning score based on Handel's Sarabande, as well as works by Mozart, Vivaldi, Bach and Pasiello and traditional Irish music.