mystery and beauty surrounding their midnight meetings. A sensitive. tense and moving study of the conflict between passion and authority. even if the plot is something ofa cliche. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. Glasgow: GFT.

I Dream: (15) (Akira Kurasowa.Japan. 1990) Akira Terao. Martin Scorsese. 120 mins. After some 27 features dating back to the mid 19405. this is supposedly Kurasowa‘s most personal film to date and makes an interesting hybrid ofJapanese culture and the latest in American film-making technology. Composed of eight separate dream sequences torn from the imagination of the old maestro himself. each one with its own individual narrative and moral. the end result betrays the occasional spot ofself-indulgence but remains a visually stunning and emotionally uplifting experience. Look out for Scorsese as Van Gogh in a breathtaking sequence that has the artist moving through the worlds created by his own paintings. Edinburgh: Cameo.

I Driving Miss Daisy (U) (Bruce Beresford. US. 1989) Jessica Tandy. Morgan Freeman. Dan Aykroyd. 99 mins. The winner of four Oscars. including Best Film and Best Actress for Jessica Tandy. This film adaptation of Alfred Uhry‘s Pulitzer-winning play, charts the relationship between gentlewoman Tandy and her chauffeur Freeman. The narrative spans several decades of gradually shifting attitudes and developing racial consciousness. An affecting mosaic of everyday pride and prejuduce which reveals a deeply-laid insight into human behaviour. presented throughout with wonderful pacing. Edinburgh: Dominion. Strathclyde: Odeon Ayr.

I Drugstore Cowboy (18) (Gus Van Sant Jnr.. US. 1989) Matt Dillon. Kelly Lynch. James Remar. William S. Burroughs. 100 mins. A gang ofdope fiends blithely ripoff a series of drugstores headed by our Matt who gives his best performance to date in Gus Van Sant‘s recreation of 1971

Oregon. Complete with its halucinatory visions of flying cows the film created a stir stateside for presenting the theft and use of narcotics as an alluring pastime. it marks a new and more creditable milestone in Hollywood drug movies. Edinburgh: Filmhouse.

I Enemies, A Love Story ( 15) (Paul Mazursky, US, 1989) Ron Silver. Lena Olin. Anjelica Huston. Margaret Sophie Stein. 120 mins. Adapted from the novel by lsaac Bashevis Singer. Enemies follows the fortunes of hapless philandercr Herman Broder who made it to 1949 New York after surviving the concentration camps. only to find his romantic life distressingly complicated by a new marriage to his cx-maid (Stein). a demanding affair with fellow holocaust survivor Olin. and the shock reappearance of spouse Huston. whom he'd long believed murdered at the hands ofthe Nazis. Mazursky brings a knowing. humane quality to his tangled paroxysms of human emotion and presents a satisfying look at the conflict between the sexes to rank with his best work. A marvellous picture. Glasgow: Grosvenor. I The Exorcist (18) (William Friedkin. US. 1973) Linda Blair. Ellen Burstyn. Max Von Sydow. 110 mins. Earnest priest Von Sydow steps in to save poor little obsessed girl in this hugely effective scarefest. Dead good. dead scarey. dead priest. Strathclyde: UCI East Kilbride.

I Gone With The Wind (PG) (Victor Fleming, US. 1939) Clark Gable. Vivien Leigh. Olivia de Havilland. Leslie Howard. 220 mins. This new print has restored the original colour to the classic, fifty-year-old tale that brings alive the era of the civil war through gripping narrative and characterisation. remaining faithful to Margaret Mitchell‘s powerful novel. Glasgow: GF'I”.

I Le Grand Chemln ( 15) (Jean-Loup Hubert, France, 1987) Anemone. Richard

Bohringer. Antoine Hubert. 107 mins. Nine year-old Parisien Louis is dumped on Anemone‘s turbulent Breton household while his mother goes into hospital to have another baby, and during his summer in the country is instructed by a village tomboy in the ways ofadults. Memorable evocation of childhood confusion about birth. sex and death. Edinburgh: Filmhouse.

I The Great Wall Of China (PG) (Murray Grigor. UK. 1989) Subtitled LoversAr The Brink. Grigor's not-quite documentary follows the visit of performance artists Marina Abramovic and Ulay to the Great Wall of China for one last collaboration. and records their experiences. real and imagined. asthey come face to face with a truly foreign culture. Director Murray Grigor. producer Barbara Grigor and members of the production team will be present at this special screening. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. I Hard To Kill (15) (Bruce Malmuth. US. 1989) Steven Seagal. Kelly Le Brock. Bill Sadler. 96 mins. Up and coming action type Steven Seagal plays Mason Storm, an LA cop whose apparent invincibility has a plethora of top hit men queuing up to rub him out. But not so fast. our Mason might be heavily underarmed, and at one point he's actually in a coma. but even yet he manages to dispatch the baddies. Pointless mayhem, pointless formula plot. pointless violence. Hard To 51'! Through is more like it. Glasgow: Cannon The Forge. Cannon Sauchiehall Street. Grosvenor. Salon. Edinburgh: Odeon. Strathclyde: Odeon Hamilton. UCi Clydebank. UCI East Kilbride.

I Harlem Nights (15) (Eddie Murphy. US. 1989) Eddie Murphy. Richard Pryor. Michael Lerner. 116 mins. Written, produced. directed by and starring Eddie Murphy. this light comedy about the owners (Murphy and Pryor) of Club Sugar Ray. 1938 New York‘s most popular after-hours joint. and their efforts to dissuade notorious gangster Bugsy Calhoune (Lerner) from cutting himselfa slice of their action, fared relatively poorly at the US box office. Furthermore. the reviews for the movie were so vicious that the UK distributors decided not to screen the film for the British press at all. Glasgow: Cannon Clarkston Road. Cannon The Forge. Cannon Sauchiehall Street. Grosvenor. Edinburgh: Cannon. Central: Allanpark. Cannon. Strathclyde: Cannon. Kelburne. Odeon Ayr. Odeon Hamilton. La Scala. UCI East Kilbride. I Heathers (15) (Michael Lehman. US. 1989) Winona Ryder. Christian Slater. Lisanne Falk. 102 mins. An ultrablack parody of the high school teenflick. Lehman's first feature film managesto combine box office success with artistic merit. This cult hip hit of the year has Slater and Ryder starting a suicide craze to muscle in on the cliqucy Heathers running the joint. Tune in. turn on. drop dead. Glasgow: Grosvenor. Central: MacRobert Arts Centre.

I Honey I Shrunk The Kids (U) (Joe Johnston. US. 1989) Rick Moranis. Matt Frewcr. Thomas Brown. Amy O‘Neill. Robert Oliveri. Jared Rushton. 92 mins. Hapless father and would-be inventor (Moranis) does just what the title

suggests. The kids find themselves cut down to size (a quarter ofan inch) and swept out with the trash. Their mission: to escape from the garbage bag and somehow attract their father‘s attention to their height problem. Well. we might

think it's old hat but Walt Disnac. Showing with the excellent new Roger Rabbi! short. Tummy Trouble. Glasgow: Cannon Clarkston Road. Cannon The Forge. Central: Cannon. Strathclyde: Cannon.

I The Hunt For Red October (John McTiernan. US. 1990) Sean Connery. Alec Baldwin, Scott Glen. Tim Curry.

Joss Ackland. 136 mins. The latest all-star offering from the director of Die Hard. set


48 BUCHANAN ST GLASGOW Speciality Shopping

Browse through five levels of fashion, accessories, leather goods, bookshandcrafted designer Jewellery and specialist gift boutiques - Princes Square - a beautifully restored building dating from l84l and now, probably,Scotland's

finest speciality shopping centre.


Take a break in our themed wine bars, cafes and restaurants. Relax over a freshly brewed coffee. Order from a wide variety of freshly prepared and cooked dishes

catering for everything from a light snack to delightful meals.

Evenings and Sundays Too !

And there's no need to rush a visit to Princes Square - you can shop, dine, or just soak up the atmosphere in the evenlng and on Sundays too. The Terrace Foodcourt and the Princes Square shops are open until 7.00pm Monday to Saturday and the Foodcourt is open until 5.00pm on a

Sunday with the shops closing at 4.30pm.

The licensed restaurants are open until midnight (excluding Sundays).

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