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Ben Wheatley, Nicolas Roeg

Don’t Look Now + Nicolas Roeg in conversation with Ben Wheatley

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Tomorrow I shall be making my way to Brighton and the Duke of York’s Picturehouse Cinema for a screening of Nicolas Roeg’s 1973 film “Don’t Look Now”.

Then after the screening Nicolas Roeg will be interviewed on stage by Brighton based director, Ben Wheatley.

Ben recently wrote about the film in The Guardian (see link below)

Here are some other links about the 40 year old film:

http://www.film4.com/special-features/interviews/interview-with-nicolas-roeg-on-dont-look-now

Opening Scene: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8yqq6uBrKc

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