Don't Look Now (1973)
An intelligent, sensual and chilling adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s supernatural thriller in which a married couple (an electric Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland) use a working assignment in wintry Venice as an attempt to overcome a recent tragedy in which they lost their young daughter.
Don’t Look Now is amongst Nicholas Roeg’s most admired and influential works. Hinting at the horrors that underlie domesticity, the editing and use of colour are astonishing. Venice has never been so disturbing in this 1970s classic.