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Don't Look Now

Nicolas Roeg

Following his death in November, DCA is proud to present this stunning 4K restoration as a tribute to director Nicolas Roeg. One of the most iconoclastic voices ever to emerge from British cinema, Roeg also now looks like the filmmaker of the 1970s. During that decade, he made five extraordinary films in a row. Performance, Walkabout, The Man Who Fell to Earth, and Bad Timing are all mind-altering, genre-bending classics. But 1973’s Don’t Look Now is arguably his masterpiece.

"There are few films you can watch again and again..."

Based on the spine-chilling, Venice-set novella by Daphne Du Maurier in which a couple encounter a psychic who claims to see their dead daughter, this has all the bravura intelligence and technical brilliance of his other great films but trumps them through its depth of human feeling. There are few films you can watch again and again, knowing that you will always see something new – and this is one of them.