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February 07, 1986 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-07

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Friday, February 7, 1986 21

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

"AN EXT RDINARY
ACCONT ISHMENT...
unlike any other Ho ocaust film ever made. This isn't a

conventional docimentary composed of newsreel
footage from the archives. The images of 'SHOAH'
prompt no preconditioned responses. `SHOAH' is a
voyage of discovery through memories that, because
they are contemporatly, bring the past back to us with a
new, devastating clarity. Only Marcel Ophuls'
"SORROW AND THE PITY" is in any way comparable."

—Vincent Canby, The New York Times

" `SHOAH'
TRANSFIXES YOU...
I find myself still mulling over landscapes, facial expres-

.........

sions, vocal inflections—the very stuff of cinema—

AND EVEN WANTING TO SEE IT AGAIN."

—J. Hoberman, Village Voice

ii

(HIGHEST RATING)

ONE OF THE GREAT
.MOVIEGOING
EXPERIENCES
OF ALL TIME...
An emotionally powerful, overwhelming and absolutely

engrossing experience not to be missed.

`SHOAH' is not just a movie. It's an event."

— William Wolf, Gannett Newspapers

"I consider `SHOAH' to be the greatest documentary
about contemporary history ever made, bar none, and by
far the greatest film I've ever seen about the Holocaust."

—Marcel Ophuls, American Film

"THERE IS MAGIC
IN THIS FILM...A
SHEER Simone
MASTERPIECE."
de Beauvoir,' Le Monde

A MAditli n ikIRK...
A BEAUTIFUL FILM.

An astonishing achievement, a probing, vibrant
examination that penetrates to the vortex of the
Holocaust. It contains no archival footage. No atrocity
scenes. Rather, 'SHOAH' moves along swiftly in an
impassioned-yet-dispassionate way...making what
happened more crystal clear than anything within
memory. Lanzmann stretches a great canvas and
paints upon it like Seurat."

—Leo Seligsohn, Newsday

This unprecedented epic will be presented a total of six limes during the month of March at The Detroit Institute of Arts Auditorium. Due to its length (approxi-
mately 9'/2 hours) each complete performance will be shown in two parts over successive weekends. All tickets are $10.00, and include admission to both parts.
There discousrilm Theatris cou nt coupon books are not valid for this special event. Please note when purchasing tickets:Whichever perform-
SHOAH are not exchangeable.
ance are no
nt One you select will include a ticket to its matching Part Two performance the following weekend. Tickets for
SHOAH
of may
You
use Part
the form below to order tickets by mail. Tickets are also available in advance through the Art Institute licket office, open Tuesdays through

Sodays (closed Mondays) 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Allow one week for processing mail orders. If your order has not arrived in one week, confirM your seating by calling the Art Institute ticket office during regular

business hours: 832-2230.

Mail to: Ticket Office
The Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48202

Detach and Mail

• Make check payable to Ticket Office, DIA
• Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope; orders received late or without envelope will be
held at the museum ticket office for personal pickup

Tickets tabOth parts will automatically be included in you!' or er.
By checking below, select the date ands time you wish to attend SHOAH.
Part One on Friday, Match 7 at 7 p.m. & Part Two on Friday, March:14,44p.m ,
SHOAH
Part One. on Saturday; March at 7 p.m. & Part Two on. Saturday; Mayet;1541 ,11)-In
SHOAH
ISO M OUT)

Part One on Sunday, Match 9 at 6 p.m. & Part Two on Sunday, Marcti*itt
Part One on Sunday, March 23 at Noon & Part Two on Sunday; March10 at Noon
SHOAH
Part One on Sunday, March 23 at 6 p.m. & Part Two on Sunday, March 30 at 6 p.m
SHOAH
tickets to SHOAH at $10.00 = Total EnclOsed $

SHOAH

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