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November 22, 1991 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-22

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( GIVE THANKS FOR THE FREEDOM TO CELEBRATE
IN A FOREIGN LAND
i "FOREIGN ENOUGH TO BE DIFFERENT BUT NOT STRANGE"
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Our Traditional
Oven Fresh Bread with Creamery Whipped

In that scene, Mr. Lee, who
also stars in the film, ap-
peared on screen as director
to answer those critics who
claimed he was racist and
anti-Semitic.
Mr. Lee was not about to
turn the other cheek. "I was
going to tell them to kiss my
ass."
But he didn't. "I took it out
because it wasn't needed," he
says.
Spike Lee's current project
as director, a film biography
of the slain black leader
Malcolm X, has already been
a subject of some controversy.
When the project was an-
nounced and before he got the
job, Mr. Lee had campaigned
for a black director to helm
the film, arguing that a white
director would not be able to
do the right thing by this im-
portant figure in black
history.
Another controversy has in-
volved a conversation Mr. Lee
supposedly had with hotshot
new black film director Mat-
ty Rich. Reportedly, Mr. Lee
lashed out at Mr. Rich when
the newcomer's first film
Straight Out of Brooklyn was
scheduled to open at the same
time as Jungle Fever.
Not so, says Mr. Lee of the
alleged flare-up over frac-
tionalizing black audiences.
But then, he agrees, such con-
frontations make good
headlines.
And whose fault is that?
"When they (the press) have
a chance to turn two black
filmmakers against each
other, they'll do it."
In carving out his own path,
Mr. Lee must first clear away
the thickets that shroud
Hollywood's image of the
black role in film-making. To
that end, Jungle Fever offers
an appropriate statement
from and for Mr. Lee. ❑

Chamber Ensemble
Violin Concert

The Lyric Chamber Ensem-
ble will present a program
titled "Gypsy Fiddlers,"
featuring two outstanding
DSO violinists 3:30 p.m. Nov.
24 at the Grosse Pointe War
Memorial.
Concertmaster Emmanu-
elle Boisvert and Principal
Second Violinist Geoffrey
Applegate will appear with
pianist Fedora Horowitz.
This concert is the fourth in
a season of Lyric Chamber
Ensemble programs which
highlight Spanish music, in
celebration of the 500-year
anniversary since the
discovery of the Americas,
and the upcoming Olympics
in Barcelona, Spain.
For information, call LCE,
351-1111.

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and Beverage.

You'll Be Provided With Necessary Cutlery To
Carve Your Own Turkey, Or Assistance Is
Available If Needed. All Remaining Foods Will Be
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WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

American Heart
Association

WE TAKE EXCEPTION
TO WHAT YOUR
MOTHER TAUGHT
YOU.

YOU SHOULDN'T EAT
EVERYTHING PUT IN
FRONT OF YOU.
You should avoid foods high in
cholesterol. It's a fact, a high
blood cholesterol level sub-
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chances of developing heart
disease. By cutting down on
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yourself a big favor. You could
lower your blood cholesterol
level and reduce your risk of
heart disease.

For more information about a
planned and balanced diet,
contact your American Heart
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some free advice on how to
plan a diet good for life.

Traditional Thanksgiving Feast

Reservations taken for 12
2:00 p.m.,
4:00 p•m. ,
noon,
6:00 p•m. and 8:00 p.m
(Children'
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