The Wide-Ranging Cinema of Nicolas Roegby yrnej | created - 10 months ago | updated - 10 months ago | Public
British film director Nicolas Roeg has passed away at the age of 90. For the first twenty years of his career, Roeg was a camera operator and cinematographer, working on projects as varied as Fahrenheit 451 (1966), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966), The Sundowners (1960) and Lawrence of Arabia (1962). Upon becoming a director he had a remarkable run in the '70s with four celebrated films encompassing all different genres.
In honor of Mr. Roeg's expansive career, which of these films he directed have you most enjoyed?
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2. Walkabout (1971)
GP | 100 min | Adventure, Drama
Two city-bred siblings are stranded in the Australian Outback, where they learn to survive with the aid of an Aboriginal boy on his "walkabout": a ritual separation from his tribe.
3. Don't Look Now (1973)
R | 110 min | Drama, Horror, Thriller
A married couple grieving the recent death of their young daughter are in Venice when they encounter two elderly sisters, one of whom is psychic and brings a warning from beyond.
5. Bad Timing (1980)
R | 123 min | Drama, Mystery, Thriller
A psychiatrist, living in Vienna, enters a torrid relationship with a married woman. When she ends up in the hospital from an overdose, an inspector becomes set on discovering the demise of their affair.
6. Eureka (1983)
R | 130 min | Drama, Thriller
In 1925, Arctic prospector Jack McCann becomes a rich man when he strikes gold but 20 years later he faces major personal and family problems.
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