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Bažnyčios priklauso Viešpačiui, bet jis jomis nelabai rūpinasi. Gal jam yra svarbesnių dalykų?

Following the drowning of their child in England, Laura (Christie) and John Baxter (Donald Sutherland) have come to dank, eternally dying Venice, where he is supervising the restoration of a moldering church and she is either slipping into or climbing out of madness with the help of a pair of creepy spinster sisters, one of whom can “see” even though blind. John may share this psychic power, though he resists accepting it as the canals fill with murder victims, surface realities turn shimmery as water, and a red-coated figure—the daughter’s ghost?—keeps flickering in the corner of our vision.


BAFTA Awards – Best Cinematography, nominated for Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Direction, Best Film, Best Film Editing, Best Soundtrack; Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films Saturn Awards – nomination for Best Horror Film; Edgar Allan Poe Awards – nominated for Best Motion Picture.

Nicolas Roeg

Nicolas Roeg was born in 1928 in London. When he was 19 years old, he started working in film industry as editing apprentice and worked his way up to cinematographer in twelve years. He went to shoot films for such directors as François Truffaut, John Schlesinger or Richard Lester. Roeg made his directorial debut with Performance in 1970. During the decade he produced his best known works: Don’t Look Now (1973), The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976), Bad Timing (1980). Roeg established himself as innovative and influential director challenging conventional film narration.