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Heat and Dust (1983)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 5 out of 10

4-Word Review: Illicit love in India.

Anne (Julie Christie) has acquired a great fascination with her long-lost Aunt Olivia (Greta Sachi) who was involved in scandal while living in India during the 1920’s. 463 more words


Top 250 Tuesday #138 - Don't Look Now (1973)

Continuing to wend my way through the Sight and Sound Top 250 Greatest Movies of All Time. This week, it’s #138 on the list,  Nicolas Roeg… 1,381 more words


National Cinemas: Don't Look Now

Perhaps no film in history blurs the line between drama and horror like Don’t Look Now. The story of two parents who travel to Italy to escape from the death of their daughter, this criminally underrated 1973 release from Nicholas Roeg is most recognized today for its innovative editing style, which frequently emphasizes symbols, moods, and motifs over continuity, but it is in many as notable for it’s troubling, painstaking capturing of the intimate details of the effect a death of a child has on her parents. 1,644 more words


Cruise ships to be banned from Venice


Summary – Celebrities including British stars Sir Michael Caine and Julie Christie had backed the campaign.

An international campaign to ban large cruise liners from Venice has been successful, with the Italian government confirming massive ships will be blocked from the city centre from 2015. 180 more words

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Don't Look Now

I am reviewing the psychological thriller Don’t Look Now starring Julie Christie & Donald Sutherland that is an excellent film. This was a British – Italian co-production directed by Nicholas Roeg. 230 more words

Film Reviews

Review: The Gold Diggers (1983)

Sally Potter’s feature film directorial debut, The Gold Diggers, is a strange yet stunning black and white curiosity piece written from a feminist perspective was the film that begun Potter on a path of intelligent and creative works. 412 more words