The British director Nicolas Roeg is at the age of 90 died. That his family has announced. Roeg was known for his original and controversial way of making movie. Many of his films are cult classics.
Well-known films of the British director include “Don’t Look Now’ and ‘Performance’. ‘Don’t Look Now’, 1973, caused a lot of fuss. It was assumed that a seksscène from the film, not acted, but really. Roeg has later denied, and said flattered, because it means that people his film as authentic consider.
Roeg has also directed Mick Jagger in the gangsterprent ‘Performance’ and David Bowie in the sci-fi film The Man Who Fell To Earth’.