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Nicolas Roeg’s creeped-out contemporary Gothic stars Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie as a married couple who relocate to a wintry, off-season Venice—where a serial killer menaces its emptied-out canals and alleys—some time after their young daughter drowns in an accident at their English country home. John (Sutherland), a restoration architect, busies himself rehabilitating a 16th-century church while his wife Laura (Christie) becomes involved with a pair of witchy sisters on vacation, one of them a blind clairvoyant whose visions of their deceased child confuse the bereft husband and wife’s perception of what’s real and imagined. An adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s 1971 short story, Don’t Look Now is arguably one of the greatest horror films of the 20th century—an elegantly weird, nearly experimental portrait of loss that loops on itself like a Möbius strip. 35mm print courtesy of the British Film Institute.

“A visually immersive, psychological horror that turns grief into the monster, Don’t Look Now is a master class on foreshadowing and building dread. Filled with iconic images and tremendous performances.” —Lulu Wang