Don't Look Now
A couple, shattered by their daughter's death, go to Venice to forget, only to find a second death is foretold and implicated in the first. Roeg's chilling adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier short story comes high in the British Film Institute's chart of best British films for good reason. A new print allows Roeg's dazzling existential riddle to shine through. Don't walk home alone...
“An undeniably key work in British cinema”
“One of the most radical films ever made.”