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Photographer and Stylist Venetia Scott selects her three titles



A monthly focus on the profound impact of film.

“The tragic relationship of Betty and Zorg is every bit as compelling as it is chic. Béatrice Dalle is unbelievably vibrant as the waitress living on the edge of her passions, and Jean-Hugues Anglade does well to keep up as the would-be novelist coping with her exhilarating highs and destructive lows. ” (David Parkinson)

Betty Blue (1986) Jean-Jacques Beineix

Don't look now (1973) Nicolas Roeg

"Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie mesmerize as a married couple on an extended trip to Venice following a family tragedy. While in that elegantly decaying city, they have a series of inexplicable, terrifying and increasingly dangerous experiences. A masterpiece from Nicolas Roeg, Don’t Look Now, adapted from a story by Daphne du Maurier, is a brilliantly disturbing tale of the supernatural, as renowned for its innovative editing and haunting cinematography as its naturalistic eroticism and unforgettable climax and denouement, one of the great endings in horror history." (Criterion)

A star is born (1976) Frank Pierson

"As a concert film for Barbra Streisand, A Star Is Born proves excellent. As a dramatic lover story, the film is beautifully photographed and appropriately sad. Streisand and co-star Kris Kristofferson make an appealing romantic pair, and director Frank Pierson guides Kristofferson to the best acting performance of his career. (Jean Hoelscher)

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