Don't Look Now

Must-See Cinema! In honour of Nicolas Roeg, 1928-2018.

Poster for the eerie Nicolas Roeg classic Don't Look NowTime may heal all wounds, but it has done nothing to dispel the intensity of Don’t Look Now, directed by Nicolas Roeg at the peak of his powers. Adapted from Daphne du Maurier’s ghost story about two parents grieving the loss of their young daughter, the movie remains a devastating portrait of grief, a master class in editing and a haunting disquisition on the use of the colour red. Not to mention that it’s set in the labyrinthine alleys and canals of Venice, and features Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland burning up the screen in one of the most memorable sex scenes ever filmed.

– Justin Chang, The Los Angeles Times

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