Scoring an untoppable five out of five on our video 1 page this fortnight, The . Funeral, by Abel Ferrara (King Of New York, Bad Lieutenant), is a brilliant 4 example of the cult director's deeply compelling style of filmmaking. A mob movie with a dark psychological underbelly, it I stars Christopher Walken (Things To Do In Denver I When You 're Dead, True Romance) and Chris Penn 1 (Reservoir Dogs) as two Mafioso brothers seeking revenge and personal peace of mind, 1 following their younger sibling’s violent murder. From blood-letting to blood-sucking, i Ferrara’s The Addiction is a vampire movie with a difference. Shot in black and white, it stars Lili Taylor (I Shot Andy Warhol) as a student struggling to correlatethe anti-Nazi doctrines of her college classes, with her own thirst for power over those she comes int contact with as a vampire. As you do.
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ﬂUmbrellas Of Cherbourg
1 Fans of the good old-fashioned musical will come 1 singing and dancing out of their closets to claim a : copy of this MGM classic starring the nineteen-year- r old Catherine Deneuve in her first acting role. Long I unavailable on video, Umbrellas Of Cherbourg has 1 now been restored to its orginal colour, allowrng 1 viewers to fully enjoy the technicolour delights of ~ \ - i colour co—ordination right down to matching cossies and wallpaper. This is : I
one musical where looks aren’t everything th0ugh. Jacques Demy’s all-sung story with music by Michael Legrand, mixes all the vibrancy of MGM with an unsentimentalised tale of working class life in French seaside town Cherbourg. In a heartstring-tugging tale of love lost, Deneuve plays shop-girl Genevieve who makes an unhappy marriage of convenience when her true love Guy disappears to fight in the Algerian war.
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Ta Which other famous musical featured an umbrella as one of its key props?
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L“ g 1 I people at Virgin Megastore and MTV UK, you shall go to the g a 3, : ball, indie fans. Currently burning a hole in our pockets are five 0 E : pairs of tickets for the forthcoming Virgin Megastore Tour
3 . which stops off in Glasgow and Edinburgh and features the '- g 1: 1 indisputable talents of emerging bands Number One Cup, V5 a ﬁg 1 Daytona and Tin Star, plus five sets of five CD singles. < .2 E. 1 Number One Cup hail from Chicago 0 z 3 i and had a radio hit With the catchy garage pop of B;
a; 5 . 'Divebomb', Tinstar are self-styled proponents of ’gritty surrealism’ L” 2- § 1 and Daytona are a Wolverhampton quartet who have supported £3 E O i l The Charlatans and Gene.
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The Arches Theatre, Glasgow is offering two tickets for the price of one for Luckenbooth Theatre Company's production of Shirley Valentine on Wed 5 Nov, to the first ten readers who show up at the Arches box office clutching a copy of this issue of The List.
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We are offering two tickets for the price of one for the CHOGM event A Celebration Of Scottish Music to the first twenty readers who turn up at the Usher Hall box office with a copy of this issue of The List on the night. The event takes place on Sat 25 Oct at 7.30pm and features the Battlefield Band, MacNaughton's Vale Of Atholl Pipe Band, Gaelic song from Christine Primrose, Scottish harp from Alison Kinnaird, Scots song from Rod Paterson, Highland bagpipe from John D. Burgess, dance from Taigh Ceilidh and narration from Gerda Stevenson.
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