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Don't Look Now

Sin 8: sorrow



Don’t Look Now*
Nicolas Roeg
1973 / United Kingdom / DCP / 110 min / Original version with Catalan subtitles

Few filmmakers have captured sorrow—a sentiment once regarded as a capital sin—better than Nicolas Roeg in this masterpiece about a couple who go to Venice to seek solace for the loss of their daughter. A cross between a ghost film and a melodrama about grief, Don’t Look Now is a work of unfathomable formal beauty, symbolism and emotional import. It also has one of the wildest ends of any seventies’ film.

*Not recommended for under-18s.

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