Frumin. USSR. 1979) 2.30pm. Discharged from the army. a young man with an uncertain future enters into a couple of casual love affairs. Controversial Soviet road movie. one of the last shelved films to gain a release during the current period ofperestroika.
The Wolves oiWilloughby Chase (Stuart Orme. UK. 1989) 3pm. CANCELLED
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Student Seminar No 24pm. Young Film-maker of The Year: Programme 7 6.30pm. France. W. Germany and the UK.
Yun's Town (U-Son Kim. Japan. 1988) 7pm. Teenage romance between a youngJapanese boy and his Japanese-born Korean girlfriend highlights the often overlooked racial tensions that exist within Japanese society.
Fellow Travelier(Philip Saville. UK. 1989) 7pm. A young screenwriter leaves the treacherous waters of Fifties McCarthyite Hollywood to earn his crust in the early daysof British television. Intriguing film a cle about conviction. love and betrayal.
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1001 Arabian Nights(l’icr Paolo Pasolini. Italy/France. 1974) Final instalment of Pasolini's Trilogy of Life is a magical evocation of the great middle eastern story cycle.
Himmo. King olJerusalem (Amos Gutman. Israel. 1987) 19-18. the cityis under attack and sexual tensions escalate in the highly charged climate of a besieged hospital. The festering atmosphere of Gutman's remarkable film offended devotees of its famous source novel. I CAMEO
Santa Sangre (Alexandro Jodorowsky. Italy. 1989) The circus. dead elephants. dismemberment. acid killings. and a son who has given his limbs over to the use of his armless mother. Extraordinary mosaic of imaginative depravity from the crazed Chilean mind of Jodorowsky. See It.
The Decline olWestern Civilisation Part 2: The Metal Years (Penelope Spheeris. US. 1988) Alice Cooper. Gene Simmons.
Lemmy and Aerosmith all
turn up in this look at the wonderful world of metal. A straight version of Spinal Tap but probably even funnier.
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Hoots Mon (Roy William Neill. UK. 1939) 2pm. The great music-hall comedian Max Miller tangles with .S'colland's
include Bette Davis and the blue Max himself!
IFlLMHOUSE1 ' Ganashatru (Satyajit Ray.
India. 1989) 2.30pm. Absorbing adaptation of Ibsen‘s An Enemy of The People by the Indian master. once the viewer
accepts the staginess of
the interiors and
I CAMEO HenryV(Laurence Olivier. UK. 1944)6pm. Olivier is both skilled and energetic as actor and first-time director in this wartime version that obliterated the anti-militaristic doubtsof Shakespeare'soriginal text. Screening in a newly-restored colour print.
Young Film-maker oi The Year: Programme? 6.30pm. Student films from Britain.
l .mits-S- i.- ‘I‘ . Salo, MON: 120 Daysoi Sodom
The Conquest of The South Pole (Gillies Mackinnon. UK. 1989) 7pm. Manfred Karge‘s celebrated German play in a revised version set in Leith docks. An enterprising Scottish feature and an auspicious debut for director Mackinnon.
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Salo. orThe 120 Days at Sodom (Pier Paolo Pasolini. Italy. 1975) 8.30pm. Pasolini‘s last film is a shocking indictment of fascism which transfers the ritualistic sexual tortures of the de Sade text to the final days of WWII. A serious and almost necessarily nauseating attempt to convey the horrors ofour century.
Sidewalk Stories (Charles Lane. US. l989)9pm. Beguiling contemporary silent film from young Black American director Charles Lane follows the fortunes of’a homeless artist. an abandoned child. and a glamorous model on the chilly streets of New York.
City Lights (Charles Chaplin. US. 1931) Chaplin‘s early Thirties masterpiece complete with a newly recorded version of his score closes the Film Festival and celebrates the centenary ofthe great master's birth. Before the screening the initial Chaplin award for new directors will be anounced.
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To celebrate Harp Premier’s sponsorship oi the Assembly Rooms, we are altering a limited number of tickets lor some of the top Assembly Shows. You may claim only one otter per magazine, so please take the whole magazine with you each time and exchange your voucher at the Assembly lnlormation Desk. All otters are subject to availability and the individual managements' decisions "e linal. Only one ticket otter lor each voucher.
A tree pair of tickets to see THE MINCING MACHINE on Thurs 24 Aug (9.30pm). Up to 4 pairs at tickets available.
MOSCOW ARTS THEATRE SCHOOL
A tree pair at tickets to see THE CHUCIBLE on Tue 29, Wed 30 Aug (noon). Up to 4 pairs oi tickets available iorthese performances.
A tree pair of tickets to see KLUB KARAOKE on Fri 25, Sat 26, Sun 27 Aug (midnight). Up to 5 pairs at tickets available tor each performance.
A tree pair at tickets to see CAN I COME DOWN NOW DAD? on Thurs 24, Fri 25, Sat 26 Aug (noon). Up to 4 pairs of tickets available lor each pertormance.
MILLENIUM THEATRE co SAVANNAH
A tree pair oi tickets to see SAVANNAH BAY on Fri 25, Sat 26, Sun 27 Aug (2pm). Up to 4 pairs available ior each pertormance.
THEATRE DE COMPLICITE
A tree pair oi tickets to see MY ARMY at 6pm on Mon 28 Aug (Part I), Tue 29 Aug (Part II). Up to 4 pairs at tickets available lor each performance.
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Harp Premier Lager is introduced to the Assembly Rooms alter twenty years oi box-oliice success in America. Its stylish bottle design and smooth taste have already made it a cult classic in the UK.
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