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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 22, 1970

Sunday, November 22, 1970

UIOUNIVERSITY
'" "STUDENTS

ACTIVITIES CENTER
and
INTERNATIONAL

NON-PROFIT STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
PRESENT

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 1971 PROGRAM

CHRISTMAS

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Here's the problem: on the Times, daily
reviewing doesn't encourage an individual
point of view on anything except the stark
movie, in a vacuum away from the rest of
the world. "You try talking about politics in
the New York Times," sa ys Greenspun,
"and unless you're pretty damned neutral or
clever, it'll be taken out."
On top of editorial problems, critics suf-
fer an even more devastating handicap:j
lack of copy space. Part of this is manage-
ment's decision, and-a reporter confides that'
"there is an unstated attitude, though no-
body would admit this, that movies are to
be tolerated." Most of it, however, is just an-
other one of the constraints that any daily
newspaper imposes. Canby, being the only
official critic on the Times' roster (Weiler
is called 'movie editor,' and the rest are 're-I
porters'), never gets out; the others seldom
have more than a column regardless of how
important their film is.
"You cut your ideas," Greenspun says. "I
find myself developing a very convoluted
style as a result because I'm trying to say
as much in any one sentence as I can. It's
the worst frustration.
"What it is," says Greenspun, " is thati
the Times is careful when it hires somebody;
they know they're not going to get a kind of;
Jill Johnson stream-of-consciousness crit-
icism. They wouldn't even be able to pub-
lish it because there is nothing in the Times'
style book that allows for printing a non-
sentence. So it turns out t h a t everyone
winds up writing like the New York Times."
Epilogue
It was Sunday. Early afternoon. The City
Room was empty, quiet. Occasionally a
phone would ring, and it would sound rather
plaintive sitting there unanswered. Weiler
and I sat there alone.
"Andre Sennwald," he mused. "Andre
Sennwald. He was quite a good critic, you
know."
"What happened to him?"
"What happened? He's dead. Committed
suicide, I think. Maybe writing all those re-
views drove him to it."

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