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Eric Eidelstein's rating of the film Don't Look Now

Nothing in the past decade has come close to Nicolas Roeg's masterful thriller, which simultaneously functions as a technical exercise (there are few things I've watched that are edited this precisely) and a more thoughtful, spiritual one. Don't Look Now is a stirring creation, a chilling work of art about grief, the fluidity of time, and a thoughtful consideration on self-fulfilling prophecies.