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TalkingElvish's avatar


A stunning and misunderstood film. Part of the problem is that Don't Look Now is known (and was terribly marketed) as a horror or thriller which is misleading in the modern sense as there is almost no 'action' or scares to speak of.
The legendary and often-appropriated climactic scene doesn't help this image either. As a psychological drama it is peerless; the acting, locations, atmosphere and the rendering of a city-as-memory are all incredible.
God that poster is awful.
5 years 9 months ago
Big ander's avatar

Big ander

The Baxter marriage is brilliantly rendered, as is the depth of their grief. Entire thing is damn mesmerizing. Evocatively shot with a perfect close.
6 years 2 months ago
Sobchak's avatar


How can this be the best british film?
7 years 8 months ago
ngenc's avatar


Wow! First class visual storytelling here. Full of cinematic surprises and I loved the editing. Definitely a top cinema work. Story itself was not that interesting but was well told and I found some scenes really scary.
7 years 2 months ago
nes1983's avatar


The first hour is really difficult to watch. Although I suppose it is a good movie, I will not recommend it to anybody.
7 years ago
GregT's avatar


In response to Dawizz' mess:


I won't bother with the festival remark because your attitude comes across as childish to me - and your refusal to use spoiler tags supports that notion.
8 months 3 weeks ago
Stefan_Novakovic's avatar


This may be the most overrated film ever. Like, some novel shots here and there, but an absolute turd of a story. Just don't bother.
4 years 4 months ago
KPND's avatar


I feel like I got trolled, watching this ridiculous crap. An hour and a half of suspense and then... spoiler!??! You've gotta be kidding me. Burst out laughing. Plus, wasting ten minutes on a sex scene didn't help.
I liked the beginning and anticipated that we were building somewhere and all for a total derailment.

The priest obviously didn't want to be fixing the church, but that was just a red herring. Why not do something with that?
Oh, and the sound is awful. The incidental noises (clinking, bumping around, footsteps) are often as loud or louder than the dialogue.
5 years 11 months ago
Timec's avatar


The editing is as masterful as the cinematography. I must say though that the conclusion to the mystery is a bit, uh, unsatisfying to me (also, ridiculous and silly.)
7 years ago
Flowneppets's avatar


I agree. No way is this the best British film. It's a mess. The only good thing about it is the beautiful cinematography (which is often spoilt by horrible editing and bad sound design).
7 years 7 months ago
quantumystic's avatar


This for me is not the best , "the third man" and "lawrence of arabia" are unquestionably much superior but will retain a position in the top 5 along with barry lyndon and it's a matter of life and death.
7 years 8 months ago
afan's avatar


What a pointless movie. A big turd. No cohesive story what so ever, just a bunch of random scenery that lends to no credible narrative. If this is the number 1 British movie, then I will stay clear of THAT list...
6 years 4 months ago
George Bailey's avatar

George Bailey

Sheer brilliance!
7 years 2 months ago
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3 years 6 months ago
Dawizz's avatar


Dreadful. Dreadful "movie" for me this is not a movie it's a project for All American High School Film Festival or something like that. It has IMHO one of the most pathetic/slow boring dead scene in any movie. C'mon a dwarf tries to behead him? And in slow motion?! And he doesn't do anything about it?! And a dwarf is the evil killer all Venice fears?!
8 months 3 weeks ago

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