|Sat 2nd January||4.30pm|
Dir: Nicolas Roeg | UK / Italy | 1973 | 110 mins
Cast: Julie Christie, Donald Sutherland
Nicolas Roeg’s (Performance) Don’t Look Now is a timeless horror masterpiece. Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie are John and Laura Baxter, recovering in off-season Venice after a haunting tragedy. But Laura finds it almost impossible to move on; and when she meets a psychic who insists she sees the spirit of their lost loved one, she is immediately obsessed. John too is subject to psychic flashes, seeing a little girl in a red cloak who leads him all over the shadowed city. Famous for its intimate, incredibly naturalistic central sex scene between Sutherland and Christie, Don’t Look Now is a fantastically atmospheric and chilling thriller.
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