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    Fully restored original Don't Look Now comes to Blu-ray in June

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    Fully restored from the original materials!

    On Bluray for the first time
    June 27th 2011


    From the director of Walkabout,
    The Man Who Fell to Earth & Bad Timing

    "The Best British Film Ever Made"
    TIME OUT POLL 2011

    Directed by Nic Roeg

    Written by Allan Scott and Chris Bryant

    Based on the short story by Daphne du Maurier
    Starring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie

    Digitally restored**

    DON'T LOOK NOW stars Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie in Nic Roeg's brilliantly atmospheric adaptation of the novel by Daphne du Maurier. Following the death of their daughter, John and Laura Baxter travel to Venice where he is to oversee the restoration of an old church. Here they encounter a pair of elderly sisters: one of them a blind psychic who claims to have been in communication with the couple's dead child. Whilst Laura is intrigued John resists the idea, despite the possibility that he is having his own visions that threaten to put his life in danger. Genuinely unsettling, DON'T LOOK NOW is widely acknowledged as perhaps Roeg's finest film and one of the best British films of all time.

    Extras: Nic Roeg commentary / Looking Back (The Making of) Documentary / Interview with composer Pino Donaggio / Intro by Alan Jones / Compressed version of Don't Look Now made by Danny Boyle for BAFTA tribute - new / Interview with Danny Boyle - new / Interview with Allan Scott - new / Interview with Tony Richmond - new / Interview with Donald Sutherland - new / Excerpt from documentary Nothing As It Seems

    ** Digitally Restored Title:
    While every effort has been made to secure the best source material, imperfections commensurate with the age of materials may be evident, despite full digital restoration

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