Don't look now
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SummaryA married couple takes an extended trip to Venice following a family tragedy. While in that elegantly decaying city, they have a series of inexplicable, terrifying, and increasingly dangerous experiences.
Contentsdisc 1. Feature film
disc 2. Special features.
|Series||Criterion collection ; 745.|
Psychics -- Drama.
Daughters -- Death -- Drama.
Venice (Italy) -- Drama.
Thrillers (Motion pictures)
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [New York, New York] :
|Edition||Director-approved two-DVD special edition, Widescreen.|
|Other Titles|| Don't look now.
Do not look now
Unger, Anthony B., 1940- producer.
Scott, Allan, 1941- screenwriter.
Bryant, Chris, 1936-2008, screenwriter.
Roeg, Nicolas, 1928- director.
Christie, Julie, 1941- actor.
Sutherland, Donald, 1935- actor.
Mason, Hilary, 1917-2006, actor.
Serato, Massimo, 1916-1989, actor.
Matania, Clelia, 1918-1981, actor.
Donaggio, Pino, composer.
Du Maurier, Daphne, 1907-1989. Don't look now.
Paramount Pictures Corporation, production company.
Criterion Collection (Firm), publisher.
Julie Christie, Donald Sutherland, Hilary Mason, Massimo Serato, Clelia Matania.
Director of photography, Anthony Richmond ; editor, Graeme Clifford ; music, Pino Donaggio.
MPAA rating: R.
In English; with optional English subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired (SDH).
Title from container.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1973.
Based on the story by Daphne Du Maurier.
Accompanying material may include a folded insert featuring an essay by film critic David Thompson.
Special features: New conversation between editor Graeme Clifford and film writer and historian Bobbie O'Steen; "Don't look now," looking back, a short 2002 documentary featuring director Nicolas Roeg, Clifford, and cinematographer Anthony Richmond; Death in Venice, a 2006 interview with composer Pino Donaggio; Something interesting, a new piece on the writing and making of the film, featuring recent interviews with Richmond, actors Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland, and coscreenwriter Allan Scott; Nicolas Roeg: the enigma of film, a new piece on Roeg's style, featuring recent interviews with filmmakers Danny Boyle and Steven Soderbergh; Q&A with Roeg from 2003 at London's Ciné Lumière; trailer.
DVD; NTSC; region 1; widescreen (1.85:1) presentation; Dolby digital monaural.
2 videodiscs (110 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.