Nicolas Roeg's 1973 horror film Don't Look Now still retains the power to shock over 40 years after its original release and over that time it has established itself as a seminal work in the genre. Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland are a married couple mourning the death of their young daughter, clinging on to her memory through a meeting with a mysterious psychic in Venice. Native Venetian composer Pino Donaggio was discovered by a producer on the film and his enchanting music appealed to director Roeg. It became his debut film score, launching a long career and a close working relationship with Brian De Palma. Many of the instruments on this recording were played by the composer himself. Cover art by Benio Urbanowicz.