caused him to be mixed up with another child. with the result that he feels that he should be enjoying the comfortable
existence of rich neighbour Alfred. Past
I sun tan, nor is it an excess of soya sauce in
the bloodstream. for he is now a genuine
‘ Afro-American. Sharply observed comic
and present, childhood and adulthood. are 2
edited together to create a wonderfully absorbing whole. See preview. Edinburgh: Filmhouse.
I Uranus (15) (Claude Berri. France. 1990) Michel Blane. Gerard Depardieu.
mins. A small French town in the immediate aftermath of World War Two is the setting for Berri's wordy examination ofpolitical manoevrings. Tensions are high between the now dominant Communists and those suspected of sheltering a former collaborator. but it would appear that Depardieu‘s loudmouth barman knows too much about what really went on during the war years. Removed from the relevence of its home country. the plot struggles to raise itself above the uninvolvingly irritating. Edinburgh: Cameo.
I Venus Peter ( 12) (Ian Sellar. UK. 1989) Ray McAnally. Gordon R. Strachan. David Hayman. 92 mins. Affecting adaptation shot on Orkney of Scots writer Christopher Rush's impressionistic A Twelvemonrh And/1 Day. set in a fishing village in the 1950s. One of McAnally‘s last roles casts him beautifully as the sympathetic grandfather of Peter. played by nine-year-old Strachan (who is not to be confused with the diminutive Scottish midfield genius) in this moving study ofa dying community seen through the eyes of a young boy. Edinburgh: Chambers Street Museum.
I Watermelon Man (15) (Melvin Van Peebles. US. 1970) Godfrey Cambridge. Estelle Parsons, Howard Caine. 100mins. Obnoxious. energetic insurance salesman and noted bigot Cambridge wakes up one morning to find that he‘s turned intoa black man. No. it‘s not the side-effects ofa
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comment on racism (despite a none-too-convincing make-up job).
1 though the fact that the central character also becomes a nice guy when his skin
1' changes colour deosn't quite test one‘s
' attitudes as stringently as it might.
Philippe Noiret. Jean~Pierre Marielle. 100
I WhalAbout Dob? (PG) (Frank 02. USA 1991) Bill Murray. Richard Dreyfuss.
Julie Hagerty. Charlie Korsmo. 107 mins. Dreyfuss and Murray return to top form
with this lunatic comedy about a multi-phobic patient who drives his
anal-retentive shrink to distraction/The
suggestion ofsomething a little more
disturbing threatens to rear its head every
now and then. but is restrained by the
strait-jacket ofthe Touchstone formula— as it was in Down and ()ur in Beverly Hills.
‘ Still. the duo generate laughs aplenty in
one of the year‘s more successful comedy
' outings. General release. I Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (PG)
(Robert Zemeckis. US. 1988) Bob
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live alongside the Toons. cartoon characters working in movies. Animated star Roger Rabbit hires private dick lioskins to keep tabs on his wife. but he uncovers a conspiracy that threatens the future of Toontown itself. An amazing technical achievement for the interaction of cartoons and live action. this box office winner spoofs the ﬁlm noir genre while milking the Tex Avery-style cartoon violence for all it‘s worth. Strathclyde: UCI East Kilbride. Strathelyde: UCl East Kilbride.
I Woman of the Dunes ( 18) (Hiroshi Teshigahara. Japan. 1964) Ejii Okada. Kyoko Kishida. 127 mins. Unavailable for many years in the UK. Teshigahara’s cruel and erotic thriler has been re-released in a new print. An entomologist is trapped by mysterious villagers and is forced to live with a beautiful but inarticulate woman in an escape-proof sandpit. A visual masterpiece. Edinburgh: Filmhouse.
I Med and Two Houghts (15) (Peter Greenaway. UK/Netherlands. 1985) Brian Deacon. Eric Deacon. Andrea Ferreol. 115 mins. Wracked with grief following the deaths of their wives in a freak accident. a pair of twin brothers become obsessed with the cycle of ofbirth. death. decay and putrefaetion. An early indication ofGreenaway‘s extraordinary visual qualities. and his unwholesome interest in decay. . . Edinburgh: Cameo.
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WEEK ONE Friday 22—Thursday 28
Cinemas are listed by region. then alphabetically, with commercial cinemas iollowed by repertory arthouses, societies and late night screenings. Times listed are for complete programmes, which may include advertisements and trailers. [D] indicates that wheelchair access is available. though prior notification is advisable. [E] indicates the availability olan induction loop, lorthe convenience of hearing aid users. Film Listings compiled by Thom Dibdin.
'GLASGDW CINEMAS ;
I CANNON Clarkston Road. Muircnd. 637
6pm all seats£1 .90). 1. Point Break (15) 2pm (Sat only). 5pm.
only). 5.30pm (not Sun). 8.30pm (not Sun).
I CANNON The Forge. Parkhead. 556 4282/4343. [E](screens l. 3 and 5). Shows commencing before 5.30pm £2.10; after 5.30pm £3.30(Chi1d £2. 10).
1. What About Bob? (PG) 1.25pm. 3.50pm. 6.15pm. 8.45pm.
2. Point Drealr(15) 1.10pm.5.25pm. 8.30pm.
3. The Fisher King ( 15) 1.35pm. 5.05pm. 8.15pm.
2 4. The Commitments ( 15) 1.45pm.5.45pm. 8.30pm.
? 5. Other People‘s Money 1.15pm (Not Sat. Sun).3.45pm(NotSat.Sun).6.10pm.
The Rescuers Down Under (U) Sat. Sun only
- 6. City Slickers(12) 1.30pm.5.35pm. 8.15pm.
7. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves ( PG) 1.30pm. 5pm.
Shattered (15) 8.35pm.
See also Glasgow Lates.
I CANNON Sauchiehall Street. 3321592.
Two bars.£3.2()(Child £2.10;()AP
1 [before 6pm] £2). All tickets forshows
commencing 4pm—6pm £2. 10 (not Sat.
1.Shattered(15) 1.10pm.3.35pm.6pm. . 8.30pm.
2. DeadAgain(15) 1.30pm. 5pm.8. 15pm.
j 3. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves ( PG)
1.10pm. 4.20pm. 7.45pm. 4. Rambling Rose (15) 1.3(1pm.5pm.
: 8.05pm. : 5. Other People’s Money (PG) 1.3(lpm.
I CITY CENTRE OOEON Renfield Street. 332 8701. Bar. [D] screens 2. 3 and-i. Adults £3.60. £3.90. £4.20 (Child/OAP £2.60. £2.90. £3.20; Student/UB40£2.60 [available as advertisedl). All Stalls seats for shows commencing before 1.30pm £2.60. Advance booking available from box office (1 lam—7pm) or by Visa/Access (333 9551).
1. Point Drealt(15) 2pm. 5pm.8.25pm.
matinees £1.30 Alldouble bills — evening
FRIDAY 22 3 1.Edwardll(l8)n.30pm.8.45pm.
2. The Rescuers Down Under (U) 12.45pm. What About Bob? (PG) 3.15pm. 5.45pm. 8.45pm.
3. Drop Dead Fred (12) 1.15pm.3.30pm. 6pm. 8.50pm.
4. City Slickers(12)2.15pm.5.30pm. 8.35pm.
5. The Fisher King (15) 1.45pm.4.45pm. 8.10pm.
r as”. 6. The Commitments (15) 2. 15pm. 5.30pm.
I GROSVENOR Ashton Lane. llillhead. 339 4298/7814. £3 (Student/UB40£2.50; Child/OAP £1.50; lates all £3). Seats can now be booked for last evening and late screenings: the box ofﬁce is open 2—7pm. 1.3111 Rail ( 15) 2. 15pm. 5.40pm.8.25pm. 2. The Commitments(15) 2. 10pm (not Sat). ' 5.20pm. 8. 10pm.
Cally Kids Club: The Flying Saucer (U) Sat only 2pm.
See also Glasgow Lates.
I SALON Vinicombe Street, 339 4256. £3 (Student/UB40£2.50; Child/OAP £2). All tickets for Sunday matinees£1.50. PolntBrealr(15) 2.10pm. 5. 15pm.8pm.
Rose Street. 332 6535. Cafe/bar. open 30 mins prior to evening shows; closes 9pm. All performances are bookable. Matinees £2.60 (Child/OAP/Student/ UB40£1 .30). Evening shows£3.30 (Student/U840 £2.60: Child/OAP/ disabled £1.70). Children's Saturday
2. Hamlet(U) 1.30pm.
1 OoctorPetiot(12)4pm.6.15pm.8.30pm. [ l
5 SATURDAY23 I 1. In The Heat DlThe Night (PG) and
' Edward ll(18)6.3(lpm.8.45pm.
Mississippi Burning (18) 1.45pm.
2. Hamlet (U) 1.3(lpm.
Doctor Petiotl12)4pm.6.15pm.8.3()pm. ; SUNDAY 24 I 1. Goodiellas ( 18) 5.45pm.
Edward ll (18) 8.45pm.
2. House 01 Games ( 15) and Eight Men Out (PG) 6.30pm.
1. Goodlellas ( 18) 5.45pm.
Edward II ( 18) 8.45pm.
2. House 01 Games ( 15) and Eight Men Out (PG) 1.30pm.
Watermelon Man 1 18) 6pm.
The Duel Against Yagyu ( l5)8.3()pm. TUESDAY 26
Edward II ( 18)8.45pm.
2. The Duel Against Yagyu (15) 3.30pm. Watermelon Man ( 18) 6pm.
The Grass Arena ( 15) 8. 1 5pm. WEDNESDAY 27
1. The Maid8(l8)6pm.
Le Jour Se Leve (PG) 8.45pm.
2. Black Narcissus (PG ) 3.30pm. Tokyo-Ga (U) 6. 15pm. 8.30pm.