|There's candy at the bottom. Go ahead and grab some.|
|"I'm telling you, our dead 6-year-old daughter is alive, and she's followed us here to Venice!"|
|Daddy's little princess?|
This is a subtle film bookmarked by a disturbing beginning, and a shocking end; filling us with the dread and despair that the main characters feel following the loss of their daughter. They can't communicate with one another, nor come to terms with things separately, both trying to escape the memory of what happened until they are finally forced to face their feelings. In a lot of ways, this movie is exactly what early 70's Horror was all about; Horror Movies back then were more like dramas with horrific elements thrown into the mix, rather than being overtly bloody efforts, like most Horror flicks tend to be.
I wonder how a movie like this, or even The Exorcist, would fare if they were released today.
|Yeah, now's the time to break into song, Donald.|
|Not even remotely close to cute.|
Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland that to this day is rumored to have been 100% real.
|The both got it.|
|"O Sole Mio my ass!"|
Don't Look Now is available now on Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD.
Julie Christie was pretty hot back in the day.