Don't Look Now | Chicago Reader

Don't Look Now

A frightening and consistently inventive horror story (1973) that poses a none-too-original question—are things ever what they seem, or never what they seem?—and answers that both alternatives are perfectly true. Nicolas Roeg directs with a cameraman's eye for eerie detail and cuts his baroque images into a bizarre montage of past, present, and future tenses. It's busy on the surface and empty in the center, but somehow it works. With Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie; based on a novel by Daphne du Maurier.

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