THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, May 21, 1977 1
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 21, 1977
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Saturday, May 21
RETURN OF THE DRAGON
(Bruce Lee19741 7 & 10:30-MLB 3
BreLee, -as a sitpie countrvouth, comes to live with friends
in ome and gets involved in intrigue and violence when the
famy, owners of a restaurant, become the victims of a gang
spe ainiing a the protection rcket. The film ends with a classic
hattiebetween Lee and a hired tilier (seven-time Heavyweight
Karai Champion brChk Norris) in the shadow of the Colosseum,
which many aficionadi consider to be the best one-on-one fight
cense ver fumed,
FISTS OF FURY
(Lo Wei 19731 8:45 ONLY-MLB 3
This is the film tnat propelled Bruce Lee to stardom and made
him the international box-office champion. He plays a passive-
factory worker who has promised his family he'd live a life of
non-violence. Then the mob starts to insult and degrade him.
Lee takes it until finally ..he explodes
ROGER CORMAN FESTIVAL
Roger Corman is so well-known as a discover and patron of new
talent (Francis Ford Coppola, Peter Bogdanovich, Martin Scor-
rese, Jack Nicholson, Bruce Dern, and Monte Hellman to name
a few) and founder-president of New World Pictures, that it is
often forgotten that he directed nearly fifty films of his own
before he was 45, including some of the most horrifying, hilar-
iosa satires ever filmed. Gorman's films are all the more re-
markable in light of the low-budget conditions in which they
were made (he once shot a film in two days!). He was the
youngest director ever to be honored by a retrospective at the
French Film Institute, ad now we are honored to present a
festival of his best film.
A BUCKET OF BLOOD
IRoger Cormon, 1959) 7:00 ONLY-MLB 4
A sculptor's creations are so life-like you would think that they
were made of flesh and blood. And they are. Frustrated by his
lack of talent, Walter murders his models, coats the corpses
with clay, and exhibits them as his work. A hilarious satire on
pretension, social climbing, art, and psuedo-intellectuals.
Plus short: AMBLIN (Steven Spielberg, 1969)
X-THE MAN WITH X-RAY EYES
(Roger Cormon, 1963) 8:45 ONLY-MLB 4
An imaginative science-fiction drama-morality play. Dr. Xavier
develops a serum which enables him to see through all materials,
but the serfm's strength is cummulative: bin eyes become so
supersensitive to light that he is forced to wear lead glasses.
Eventually, his x-ray vision is so complete that he sees-nothing,-
Lavish color effects
(Roger Cormon, 1963) 10:30 ONLY-MLB 4
A rousing battle between screams and laughter in which any
similarities to Poe's famous poem are completely iscidental. Peter
Lorre plays a magician who has been turned into a taialkg raven
by evil magician Boris Karloff. Vincent Price is a has-been ma-
glcian who challenges Karloff to a duel of magc. Jack Niiolso
Lorre's non-bird son who can't beteve any of this stuf.
Sunday, May 22
GOODBYE IN THE MIRROR
Storm de Hirsch, 1964: 7:00 ONLY-MLB 3
Storm de Hsirsch Is a poet and independent filinmaker who spoke
tI Ann Arbor May 19. This film, a dramatic feature centered
around the advetures and ilusions of three girls iving abroad
was one oh ner eariest works Shot on location inlome.
(Miklas Joncso 1971 , 8:45 ONLY-MLB 3
Miklos Ja"," ""e oithe "oist"I'p i:oa doriginaitdirectors
to emerge it Europe during the 70's, has received considerable
ase fort is m concernlg a sociast revolution in Hungary,
that took place in the 1890' i'The cast is made up of mostly
andwime young men and beautiful young women and some of
he women undress from time to time i a kind of solemn
ma-que of eroticism. The nor is lush, the movements graceful
nd the camerawork -- Janeso trademark--is spectacular"."-N.Y
'liimes Hungaranmw oh dsubtisesN
LOVE AFFAIR, or THE CASE
OF THE MISSING
' usn Mokoveev, 1967) 10:30 ONLY-MLB 3
Dusan Makavejoy WR. MYSTERIES. OF THE ORGANISM,
SWEET MOVIES) directed this bold, bizarre, and coraic love story
one of themost imaginative films of recent years. In his own
unique way. Mkavejev weaves two clinical lectures-one on sex.
one on murder -with tue warm humorous and erotic affair be-
tween a switchboard operator and 'a rat exterminator. It is only
near the end that the three stories merge as, due to ego and
posssiveness. the sexual idyll gives way to savage violence. "It
finds poetry in the most ordinary action and is, in sum, a very
tine piece of work. Makaveev hasn't a cliche in his sYstem"
National Observer. Serbo Crcatiin with subtitles.
Monday, May 23
FRITZ LANG FESTIVAL
i)uring Fritz Lang's American period he produced a remarkable
body of films which mae up over half of his work, Filled with
mystery, fear, and desperate struggles. these films have a unique-
ly eerie feeling about them, especially since his characters often
find themselves possessed or pursued by forces and desires far
beyond their control.
(Fritz Long 1945) 7:00 ONLY-MLB 3
Blind love knows no right or wrone; only passion. And it is
passion that can torture a man; trap him; goad him into doing
things that the would otherwise be repulsed by. Suddely, a
middle-aged bank teller finds himself in just this situation, as
his love affair with A beautiful woman slips from his control
and he is hounded into a nightmarish fate from which he has
no escape. Based on the same novel as J. Renoir's LA CHIENE.
THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW
tFritz Long, 19441 9:00 ONLY-MLB 3
A few drinks and a casual flirtation lead some men to a harm-
less night of pleasure, but others aren't quite so lucky. A lonely
psychology professor gets more than he bargained for when the
come-ons of an exciting woman lead him into an ordeal of desire,
murder, and blackmail. "A humdinger of a mystery melodrama."
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