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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1966

PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1966

Shallow Affection
Mars 'The Chase',

Viet Cong Awaiting
Start of Rain Season

By JOHN JAROSH
"The Chase" is an attempt at
serious film making that is lost, ;
almost irrevocably, in the turbid 1
waters of a dilemma. Quite frank-
ly, the production is a poor effort
at projecting the original, a some-
what modest and uninteresting
novel written by Horton Foote.
To infuse some vitality and va-
lidity into this picture, "The
Chase" employs ominous speech,
bland symbolism, and a whole
host of camera and editing tech-
niques that have been recognized
as cliches in the past.
The film tries to portray the
interdependent and hidden ten-
sions and hatreds of a contempor-
ary Texas town, which are set in
violent motion by the return of
an escaped convict. However, for
this purpose, it introduces a mul-
titude of characters who fail to
get beyond the point of being
caricatures of irrational behavior
and uses a seemingly limitless
barrage of stereotyped Southern
decadence.
Probably the only redeeming
elements of this picture are the
good performances by Marion
Brando as the town sheriff and
to some extent Robert Redford as
the convict. Brando's portrayal of}
a man who knows he is incapable
of being owned or manipulated is
valid and convincing.
Less exceptional acting is dis-
played by Jane Fonda as the lead
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tart largely because it is done in a
schizoid, sophisticately naive fa-
shion. E. G. Marshall's role as the
banker who owns the town's very
soul proves to be quite the con-
trary. He is well enough establish-
ed as a meek and undemanding
man by Marshall (except for
erecting signs conspicuously all
around the town) through most
of the film to make one sense a
void in his personality's develop-
ment. Reviewing all this one asks
whether the film has any worth-
while premise for a foundation.-
It certainly has, even though it
is not presented too successfully.
What is being shown are the re-
sults of an extinction.
Once there were hardships and
now few remain, and in this cli-
mate, where people have found no
moral substitute for the hardships
of the frontier, they have lost a
sense of responsibility toward each
other. The chances of this film in
reaching an audience at this level
are doubtful despite its efforts at
seriousness and constructiveness
which are sporadically detectable
to the persevering searcher.

An AP News Analysis
SAIGON-There is growing be-
lief that the Viet Cong and more
than 20,000 recent reinforcements
from North Viet Nam will come
out of hiding soon and fight.
They have been lying low for
weeks. One reason, American mili-
tary men say, is that the Com-
munists have been critically short
of supplies. They have been hurt
by the repeated search-and-
destroy sweeps by allied ground
forces and incessant U.S. air
strikes.
The Viet Cong are thought to
be regrouping and resupplying to
take the initiative with the onset
of the monsoon rains, when the
weather prevents the Americans
from providing ground forces with
full-scale air cover and support.
some military men argue that
instead of a single massive of-
fensive, the Communists will make
many small-scale attacks. The
most probable targets are allied
outposts along the Laotian and
Cambodian frontiers.
Military sources say that Cam-
bodia is where some of the in-

filtrating North Vietnamese have
joined Viet Cong units and sought
sanctuary from American guns.
U.S. intelligence is reasonably
sure that more than 20,000 North
Vietnamese have entered South
Viet Nam and neighboring Laos
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