'Don’t Look Now' (1973)

Christie and Donald Sutherland have one of the most evocative sex scenes put on celluloid in Nicolas Roeg’s terrifying adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier’s story of a couple living in Venice who are grieving the recent drowning death of their child. Their lives are thrown into more turmoil and tragedy when they meet two elderly sisters, one of whom claims to be a psychic who sees the spirit of their dead daughter. The love scene was a last-minute idea from Roeg, who felt that a scene of passion in grief was needed as a counterpart to the sequences of the couple arguing. Nineteen years later, Christie and Sutherland reunited for “The Railway Station Man,” which premiered on TNT.
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Christie and Donald Sutherland have one of the most evocative sex scenes put on celluloid in Nicolas Roeg’s terrifying adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier’s story of a couple living in Venice who are grieving the recent drowning death of their child. Their lives are thrown into more turmoil and tragedy when they meet two elderly sisters, one of whom claims to be a psychic who sees the spirit of their dead daughter. The love scene was a last-minute idea from Roeg, who felt that a scene of passion in grief was needed as a counterpart to the sequences of the couple arguing. Nineteen years later, Christie and Sutherland reunited for “The Railway Station Man,” which premiered on TNT.

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