Don't Look Now is amongst the creepiest horror
movies of the 1970's, if not all time.
Following the death of their young daughter, a
married couple visit Venice where they meet two eerie sisters who claim they can contact the dead girl.
The father is cynical to such claims, but soon
sees a red-coated figure in various shadowy locations around the city, which he believes to be the spirit of his young daughter. Then he confronts it...
Nicolas Roeg's atmospheric mystery captures a
macabre story amongst the picturesque locations, making this one of the all-time great scary movies. Donald Sutherland & Julie Christie deliver brilliantly realistic
performances as the married couple and the chilling score will give even the most cold-blooded audience member the shivers.
As for the denouement, it simply has to be
seen to be appreciate, though it will probably haunt you forever. You've been warned.