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December 19, 1975 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 December 19, 1975

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`Shoot' Film, Mirror of Today

Sing Out! Ring Out! \ 44

BY HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

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HOLLYWOOD —, Dick
Berg is the author of the
screen play, "Shoot," from
the novel by Douglas Fair-
bairn (Doubleday), cur-
rently before the cameras in
Toronto, Canada, with
Harvey Hart directing for
producer Harvey Sherman.
"Shoot" reflects a fright-
ening malaise of our time,
the frivolous use of firearms
as a pastime and as a
weapon - for a contest of
strength.
With cunningly deceptive
calmness, the author tells
us of a closely-knit group of
war veterans, solid family
men in their small commu-
nity, who - appear without
malice when they go about
their weekend pleasure of
hunting to overcome an aw-
fully dull existence. _
En route to their favorite
wooded location, they en-
counter another group -
across the river dressed in
identical camouflage
fatigues. We learn nothing
about the others; they re-
main the enemy, faceless
and unidentifiable. Both
sides are quick 'on the trig-
ger; inevitably, someone
drops dead.
Cliff Robertson portrays
the central character of
the bully who sets the
tragic events in motion.
Ernest Borgnine is his
side-kick and voice of his
conscience — yet one who

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factory owner who gets in-
volved, unwillingly, with a
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caves in when the show-
down comes. Henry Silva
essays'the part of the trig-
ger-man who takes orders
and asks no questions.
The picture is being re-
leased in the U.S. by Avco-,
Embassy headed by Wil-
liam E. Chaikin..
"Romance of a Horse-
thief," the Allied Artists
picture which came out
theatrically some four years
ago but died at the box of-
fice in the shadow of the
opulent -and overblown oper-
atic movie version of
"Fiddler on the Roof," now .
is making the rounds on tel-
evision throughout the
country. •
The screenplay by David
Opatoshu (who also plays
one of the leading roles) is
based on a story by his
father, a Yiddish-language
dramatist who describes
trials and tribulations of ,
Jews in a small Polish bor-
der town at the turn of the
century.
- "Romance of a Horse-
thief," in addition to Opa-
toshu, stars a number of
international Jewish per-
formers such as Eli Wal-
lach, Jane Birkin, Lainie
Kazan, Serge Gainsbourg
and Oliver Tobias. Yul
Brynner is quite in char-
acter as the Cossack coin-
minder.
The original musical-score
is by Mort Shuman who
made himself a name with
"Jacques Brel Is Alive and
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Conference Set
on Jewish Camps

NEW YORK = More
than 100 directors of com-
munal camps under Jewish
auspices will participate in
the 1976 National Confer-
ence on Jewish Camping to
be held Jan. 11-15 at Gros-
singer's Hotel.
Sponsored by the Jewish
Welfare Board, the Ameri-
can Association for Jewish
Education, and the Associa-
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styles, adolescent sexuality,
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timely concerns facing Jew-
ish camping today:
Round-robin workshops
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will include "Kitchen Man-
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executive director of the
Fresh Air Society, Detroit.

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Telephone Book

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For the first time there ap-
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