Don't Look Now is a 1973 psychological thriller film directed by Nicolas Roeg. Based on a short story by Daphne du Maurier, the movie stars Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie as John and Laura Baxter, a married couple who travel to Venice following the tragic death of their young daughter. While there, they encounter two elderly sisters, one of whom claims to be clairvoyant and insists that their daughter is trying to communicate with them from beyond the grave. As John works on restoring an old church, he begins to experience unsettling and surreal visions. The film is known for its inventive editing involving flashbacks and flash-forwards, creating a sense of psychological unease. With its chilling atmosphere, haunting imagery, and emotionally complex performances, Don't Look Now is now regarded as a classic of the psychological thriller genre. The film features a beautiful score by Pino Donaggio, and an unforgettable love scene between Sutherland and Christie, which was controversial at the time.
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