, who played Lord Bullingdon, on Stanley Kubrick
: "We had taken a walk when we were filming. It was like a whistle-stop tour of every Stately Home in England, it seemed like, when we were filming Barry Lyndon." Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze
In the final installment of my conversation on the afternoon of the première in New York of Tony Zierra
, Leon Vitali reveals that Stanley Kubrick was "nuts for animals", that the ballroom used in Barry Lyndon was "full of Joshua Reynolds' and Van Dykes", and that a scene they called the "Masked Ball" was filmed in the home of Lord Carnarvon, who discovered the Tutankhamun tomb.
We speak about Kubrick, the photographer, a secret nostalgia, the casting of the twins Lisa Burns
and Louise Burns
for The Shining
, Diane Arbus
and Bruno Dumont
's Jeannette, The Childhood Of Joan Of Arc.
Leon Vitali on Stanley Kubrick,