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Don't look now: Nicolas Roeg interviewed by Tom Milne and Penelope Houston

Document author(s):
Tom Milne, Penelope Houston, and Nicolas Roeg
Document source:
Sight and Sound
Publication date:
Winter 1973
Document type:
interview
Number of pages:
7
Source pagination:
2-8
Document name subject:
Nicolas Roeg, Alfred Hitchcock, Roger Corman, Donald Sutherland, Julie Christie, Jorge Luis Borges, and Edward Bond
Document contains:
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Film country(ies):
Australia, Great Britain, Italy, and United States
Film language(s):
English, Italian, and Latin
Film production company:
Alfran Productions, Alfred Hitchcock Productions, Anglo-Enterprise Film Productions, Casey Productions Ltd., D.L.N. Ventures Partnership, Eldorado Films, s.r.l., Goodtimes Enterprises, Paramount Pictures, Si Litvinoff Film Production, Universal Pictures, and Vineyard Films Ltd.
Film genre(s):
Adaptation, Adventure, Crime, Drama, Fantasy, Feature, Horror, Music, Mystery, Political, Romance, Science fiction, and Thriller
Film subject(s):
  • Abandoned children -- Australia -- Drama
  • Aboriginal Australians -- Drama
  • Animal attacks -- Drama
  • Birds -- Abnormalities -- Drama
  • Bradbury, Ray, 1920- . Fahrenheit 451 -- Film and video adaptations
  • Censorship -- Drama
  • Corleone family (Fictitious characters) -- Drama
  • Criminal behavior -- Drama
  • Daughters -- Death -- Drama
  • Du Maurier, Daphne, Dame, 1907-1989. Don't look now -- Film and video adaptations
  • Friendship in children -- Australia -- Drama
  • Fugitives from justice -- Drama
  • Gangs -- United States -- Drama
  • Gangsters -- Drama
  • Gangsters -- United States -- Drama
  • Ghosts -- Drama
  • Hallucinogenic drugs -- Drama
  • Identity (Psychology) -- Drama
  • Initiation rites -- Australia -- Drama
  • Intellectual freedom -- Drama
  • Italian American families -- Drama
  • Italian Americans -- Drama
  • Mafia -- United States -- Drama
  • Marshall, James Vance, 1924- Walkabout -- Film and video adaptations
  • Organized crime -- Great Britain -- London -- Drama
  • Organized crime -- United States -- Drama
  • Psychics -- Drama
  • Puberty rites -- Australia -- Drama
  • Puzo, Mario, 1920-1999. Godfather -- Film and video adaptations
  • Reading -- Political aspects -- Drama
  • Rock music -- Great Britain -- Drama
  • Rock musicians -- England -- London -- Drama
  • Totalitarianism -- Drama
  • Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- United States -- Drama
  • Youth -- Australia -- Drama
  • Youth, Aboriginal Australian -- Drama
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