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Simmer down class, and complete the following calculation . . .

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone + Rebel without a Cause + If . . .



x CrOuehing Tiger. Hidden Dragon Enter the Dragon + Tears of the Black Tiger 2 ? (MGlAGJ aas) utSiH OUBO/OA :iamsuv

(Miles Fielder)

I Cameo. 24 Aug, 77.30pm, £7 (£4.50).


Graduate lessons in Tadpole

Richard Massing makes the trip from Brighton to Edinburgh every year to cram in as many Film Fest movies as possible. So, Mr Massing, what's your top five for 2002? July Rhapsody Hit a big fan of Edward Yang's Yi Yr. so this one definitely appeals. Film/louse. 22 Aug. 9.30pm, 24 Aug, 5.30pm, £7 (£4.50).

Spider Plenty of \x/eird shenanigans here from David Cronenherg. I expect. UGO. 22 Aug. 9.30pm; Film/louse. 24 Aug. 7pm, £7 (5.74.50). Go There's always tune for a nice violent Japanese movie. Cameo, 22 Aug. 10.30pm, £7 (£4. 50).

Tadpole l've heard good things about this one. a big hit at Sundanee. so I'm keen to give it a go. Film/louse. 23 Aug, 7.45pm, 5‘7 (£4.50). Buffalo Soldiers This one sounds cool. and the Dav1d Holmes soundtrack is a big plus. UGC. 23 Aug, 9.30pm; (Si—l, {’4 Aug, (5.30pm, 57/ (£4.50).

'31) Aug 1") Sep 2002 THE LIST FESTIVAL GUIDE 55

From the blackest comedy to the sharpest thriller

I Buffan Soldiers Black- comedy war movie, a cross between Kelly’s Heroes, Trainspotting and M‘A‘S'H. with Joaquin Phoenix as an American soldier posted to Berlin just before the fall of the wall. David Holmes provides the film’s soundtrack. See feature. Buffalo Soldiers, UGC, 23 Aug, 9.30pm; GFI', 24 Aug, 6.30pm, £7 (£4.50). David Holmes Reel Life, UGC, 6pm, £70 (£4.50).

I Insomnia Super-sharp thriller directed by Christopher Nolan (Memento) and starring Al Pacino and Robin Williams as strung-out cop and killer involved in a deadly cat-and- mouse game in a remote Alaskan town. See feature and review. Insomnia, UGC, 25 Aug, 8pm, £7 (£4.50). Christopher Nolan Reel Life, 060, 25 Aug, 7.30pm, £70 (£4.50).

I Tadpole Fifteen-year-olds who quote Voltaire are a rare breed; those who want to bed their stepmothers are rarer still. Still, when your step-mum's played by Sigourney Weaver . . . That’s the conundrum facing Oscar in this remarkable romantic comedy. Fi/mhouse, 23 Aug, 7.45pm, £7 (£4.50).

I The Last Great Wilderness Gripping drama set in the remote western Highlands that stretches reality to breaking point and boasts an atmosphere of foreboding that is pure Wicker Man. See review. Cameo, 23 Aug, 8pm, 24 Aug, 7pm, £7 (£4.50).

I Frallty Serial-killer thriller marked by its restraint and incredible psychological power, which explores issues of religion, faith and family ties in a highly original way. See review. UGO, 22 Aug, 8pm, £7 (£4.50).