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By Mark Sanderson

This account of the movie "Don't glance Now" describes the collaboration among director and actors. It appears at du Maurier's unique textual content and the traditions of Gothic writing which underpin the film's mixture of horror, melodrama and black comedy. there's additionally an interview with Nicholas Roeg.

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