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October 30, 1987 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-30

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The multi-talented Barbra
Streisand has completed film-
ing a highly dramatic motion
picture with the odd title of
Nuts. The movie, starring
Streisand and featuring her
music, is based on Tom
Topor's stage production,
which ran for a year in Los
Angeles and on Broadway.
It is a courtroom drama in
which Streisand plays the
most provocative role in her
career — a strong-willed
woman who refuses to plead
mental incompetence in a
criminal case although it
would get her off the hook.
She stars with Richard
Dreyfuss, a fellow Oscar-
winner who plays the public
defender. They are joined by
Academy Award-winner
Maureen Stapleton as Strei-
sand's mother, Tony Award-
winner Eli Wallach as the
hospital psychiatrist, Robert
Webber as the prosecuting at-
torney, Oscar nominee James
Whitmore as the judge and
Academy Award-winner Karl
Malden as Streisand's
stepfather.
Nuts, is a Warner Brothers
release and Streisand's first
feature film since Yentl,
which she produced, directed
and wrote based on Isaac
Bashevis Singer's novel. For
Nuts, she was co-producer
with Martin Ritt, also an
Oscar nominee. The screen-
play was written by Topor
with Darryl Ponicsan and
Alvin Sargent.
Streisand has won two
Oscars — for her very first
movie, Funny Girl, in 1968;
and for the song Evergeen,
written for the 1976 A Star is
Born.
Dreyfuss started at age 14
with the Los Angeles West-
side Community Theatre. He
has won an Oscar for The
Goodbye Girl. He recently ap-
peared in the films Down and
Out in Beverly Hills, Tin Men
and most recently Stakeout.
His now close-friend Steven
Spielberg cast him in Jaws
and Close Encounters of the
Third Kind.
Spielberg has finished the
filming of the first American
motion picture ever shot in
China and his first movie
since 1985's The Color Purple.
It is Empire of the Sun, the ac-
count of a boy separated by
his parents and imprisoned in
Shanghai by Japanese in-
vaders during World War II.
It is based on the best-
selling novel by science fic-

tion writer J.G. Ballard, draw-
ing on a personal episode. The
screenplay is by playwright
Tom Stoppard and Menno
Meyjes, known for his work
on The Color Purple.
Christian Bale portrays the
boy, while John Malkovich
stars as an American mer-
chant seaman captured by
the Japanese and thrown in-
to a prison camp with the boy.
Nigel Havers plays the doctor
who struggles to prevent his
fellow prisoners from dying.
Miranda Richardson also
stars.
Producer Menahem Golan
has finished in Hungary most
of the cinematography for the
film on Jewish hero Hannah
Senesh. He wrote, co-

produced and directed the
film about the kibbutznik
who volunteered to parachute
into Yugoslavia to help Jews
escape. She was caught by the
Germans and executed in
Budapest, her birthplace.
Maruschka Detmers, the
French-Dutch actress known
for the remake of the classic
The Devil in the Flesh, por-
trays Senesh. Donald Plea-
sance, David Warner and
Denholm Elliott play char-
acter roles, and Gila Almagor
is a guest star. Hannah's
mother Catherine, who sur-
vived the war in Europe and
went to Israel, is played by
American actress Ellen
Burstyn.

Copyright 1987, JTA, Inc.

Temple Has Annual
Art Show And Sale

number of others.
Another featured artist to
display in the temple art
show is Netherlands-born doll
maker, Ingrid Dijkers.
Guests may meet these ar-
tists, and all the others at the
preview on Nov. 20 at 8 p.m.
Wine and cheese will be serv-
ed. Live music will be
performed.
The show will continue Nov.
21 and 22 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Admission is free until
noon each day, with a
nominal charge thereafter.
There is a fee for the preview.

Monte Nagler

Birmingham Temple's 15th
annual art show and sale will
take place Nov. 20-22 at the
temple, co-sponsored by
WQRS-FM.
More than 100 invited ar-
tists will display their works
in painting, water color,
sculpture, jewelry, ceramics,
glass, weaving, soft sculpture,
basketry, metal art and more.
Monte Nagler, recipient of
the 1987 Artist in Residence
Award by the Farmington
Area Arts Commission, will
be on hand, displaying
photography.
Nagler, a University of
Michigan graduate engineer
with an M.A. degree in
business, switched careers in
the 1970s to work with the
camera. His works are
displayed at the Halsted
Gallery locally, as well as
other galleries from coast to
coast. His photographs are in-
cluded in collections of the
Detroit Institute of Arts,
Brooklyn Museum, Center for
Creative Photograpphy, and a

Art Fair Comes
To Ann Arbor

.

The annual Ann Arbor
Winter Art Fair, coordinated
by Audree Levy, will celebrate
its 14th season Nov. 7 and 8
at the University of Michigan
Track and Tennis Building.
The fair, which drew 14,000
visitors last year, will include
some 250 artists and crafts-
people, from 27 states, who
work in a variety of media —
paintings, jewelry, sculpture,
glass and much more. Art-
work will be available at
prices ranging from $5 to
$1,000 and may be purchased
with cash, checks and credit
cards.
There is an admission
charge. Chamber music,
featuring The Renard
Quartet, will be played
through-out the fair. Sitting
areas and concessions will be
available. Hours are 10 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Nov. 7 and 11 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Nov. 8.

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