Don't Look Now. StudioCanal UK. The story is detached, almost cursory. Edit page. Nicolas Roeg had employed the fractured editing style of Don't Look Now on his previous films, Performance and Walkaboutbut it was originated by editor Antony Gibbs on Petulia. Michael Sheen who plays Masters loved it. The Criterion Collection.
Julie Christie reignited speculation over the saucy scene with Donald Sutherland for the horror film Don't Look Now in a new documentary about the making of the film.
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Roeg felt that the exchange was more true to life in terms of what the characters would actually say to each other, and that the scripted version was "overwritten", so opted to ditch the scripted dialogue and included the real-life exchange instead. In Britain, the British Board of Film Classification judged the uncut version to be "tasteful and integral to the plot", and a scene in which Donald Sutherland's character can be clearly seen performing oral sex on Christie's character was permitted; it was given an X rating —an adults only certificate. While Don't Look Now observes many conventions of the thriller genre, it focuses on the psychology of grief and the effect the death of a child can have on a relationship. BBC Two. There's rarely been a lovemaking sequence any hotter, or sharper, than the one featured in Nicolas Roeg's drama, about a couple Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie living in Venice in the aftermath of their young daughter's accidental drowning. Nicholas of the Beggarslocated on the outskirts of Venice. It's no surprise that the creators of Masters of Sexthe acclaimed Showtime series that has just returned for season two, claim as a primary influence the notorious sex scene from Don't Look Now