Don’t Look Now 4K Review

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Originally released in October 1973 during a golden age of horror, Don’t Look Now is slightly lesser known and notorious than the aforementioned, but is an equally striking genre masterpiece and “existentialist fable” that has lost little of its edge over the past forty five years.

The script (adapted from a story by Daphne Du Maurier) sees Architectural Restorer John Baxter (Donald Sutherland) and his wife Laura (Julie Christie) relocate to Venice following the tragic death of their daughter, Christine. Once there, they encounter a creepy, blind psychic, Heather (Hilary Mason) and her sister Wendy (Clelia Matania), who tell Laura that the ghost of her daughter is sitting between them in a restaurant. The sisters then insist the couple return to London as John’s life could be in danger.

Don’t Look Now’s foreboding, dreamy set-up starts serenely but culminates in anguish with the classic slow-motion shot of
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