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Barry Lyndon. Directed by Stanley Kubrick, 1975

Many gardens appear in Kubrick's movie. Between them there are Blenheim Palace (Oxfordshire) and Castle Howard (Yorkshire). To learn more about Barry Lyndon's location visit this website:

The Draughtsman's Contract. Directed by Peter Greenaway. 1982.

The movie shows the estate of Compton-Anstey in 1694 and it is an interesting way of looking at a landscape garden to see all its particular elements.

The secret garden. Directed by Agneszka Holland, 1993

The movie is the representation of Burnett's novel. The main theme regarding gardens is the contrast between the walled garden (that is the place in wich the protagonists spend most of their time) and the landscape park.

Le affinità elettive. Directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani. 1996.

It is the representation of Goethe's novel Die Wahlverwandschaften, 1809.

Gosford Park. Directed by Robert Altman, 2001

Parts of the movie are located in Wrotham Park (Hertfordshire).

Pride and Prejudice. Directed by Joe Wright, 2005.

Romance film based on Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice, 1813. Locations included Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, Wilton House in Salisbury and Stourhead House in Wiltshire. 

Marie Antoinette. Directed by Sofia Coppola, 2006

The movie shows the Petit Trianon e the Hemau in Versailles, that is the most naturalistic part of the park.

Easy Virtue. Directed by Stephan Elliott, 2008

 The locations used for this movie are Flintham Hall in Nottinghamshire, Englefield House in Berkshire and Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire.

A Little chaos. Directed by Alan Rickman, 2014.

The movie is about the building of the gardens of Versailles.

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