American film master Stanley Kubrick gets his due at the venerable microcinema this month, a perfect excuse to slip into an anonymous dark room if the need strikes. This weekend, it’s an under-appreciated film that came after 2001 and A Clockwork Orange. If there was “no film” created after Clockwork Orange in your opinion, disregard. But there’s a fine argument for seeing Barry Lyndon in the cinematography itself. Like all his films, Kubrick held it to an exacting visual standard, even sending out explicit technical instructions to projectionists at the time so it could be appreciated in its finest form. That might be on account of the lengths he went to record as much of the film as possible using only natural light, which is unthinkable for a major motion picture these days. The plot is a simmering, seething sort of action which more or less allows you to be spellbound by the screen. Watch for Marisa Berenson, much paler than usual, as an added perk. F-Sa 7 p.m. Su 5 and 8 p.m. $8. —EK

Trylon Microcinema, 3258 Minnehaha Ave., Mpls., 612-424-5468, take-up.org