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The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 16, 1988 - Page9

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*zu Festval
C ture cinema
BY MARK SHAIMAN
Yasujiro Ozu is considered to be the "most Japanese of all the
knational directors." Thus the Center of Japanese Studies made a perfect
choice in selecting him to be the subject of their fall film fest and
retrospective.
Beginning tonight and continuing each Friday night for the next 11
weeks a different film by Ozu will be presented, including the classics
Late Spring, The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice,. Tokyo Story, and
"Autumn Afternioon. There will be 11 films by Ozu, in addition to two
films about him which open and conclude the fest. All the showings
in the fest are free.
'The first film tonight will be Tokyo-Ga , Wim Wenders' (Wings of
Desire ) documentary of his trip to Tokyo to experience the setting of
bOzu's work. This will be followed by The Only Son - Ozu's first
sound picture - and the story of a self-sacrificing mother whose son
refuses to do the same for his own family.
The theme of traditional values is extremely important in the films
of Ozu. His works consistently deal with the lives and domestic pro-
See Festival, Page 10

Flesh.
Garbo,
Gilbert
give all
BY MARK ShAIMAN
SILENT films were not meant to
be entirely silent. Quite often live
music would accompany and thus
enhance the film, allowing the show
to appeal to the ears as well as the
eyes. Tonight offers a chance to
participate in such an event when the
Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra per-
forms an original score in con-
junction with the showing of the
silent film classic Flesh and the
Devil.
The film stars the two top
romantic leads of the '20s, John Gil-
bert and Greta Garbo. Gilbert por-
trays Leo von Harden who falls in
love with Felicitas von Rhaden
(Garbo) at first sight. His attentions
to her insult Felicitas' husband, who
challenges Leo to aeduel and loses.
But Leo is forced to enter the foreign
legion, entrusting the care of the
new widow to his best friend Ulrich.
When he returns things have gotten
worse. But it's melodrama at its
best.
Part of the fun of the on-screen
romance between Gilbert and Garbo
is knowing about the now legendary
off-screen activities. Director Clar-
ence Brown recalled, "Those two
were alone in the world. I used to
take the crew over to another part of

In 'Flesh and the Devil' John Gilbert and Greto Garbo's on-screen activities match their off-
screen passion.

the set and let them finish what they
were doing. It was embarrassing."
More can be learned about John
Gilbert thanks to another attraction
of the evening. Leatrice Gilbert
Fountain, author of Dark Star , the
story of her father's motion picture
career, will be present to address the
audience on Hollywood of the '20s
and '30s, and then to sign copies of
her book.
Still, the prime attraction of the
night is the live music. The Ann
Arbor Chamber Orchestra will be

joined by theater organist Dennis
James. Carl Daehler, director of the
Orchestra, has already combined
talents with James in accompanying
over a dozen classic silent films.
Daehler himself compiled the
score for tonight's film by drawing
from music composed previous to
1926, the year of Flesh and the
Devil. The music of Grieg,
Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Faure, and
Elgar -selected because these com-
posers all deal with the theme of
unfaithful love - will be

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incorporated in the program. More
than 50 selections have been adapted
to fill the 90 minutes that the film
runs, along with interludes on the
organ.
Flesh and the Devil is a clastic
film, but with the live performaiee
of the original score, and kJie
presence of Fountain, it promisesto
be a classic s:'ening.
FLESH AND THE DEVIL will
be performed at 8 p.m. at i4e
Michigan Theater. Tickets are $10
and $7 for students and seniors with
valid I.D.-

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NEWSWEEK
Minority Internship
Starting this fall, Newsweek magazine is
sponsoring an internship in its Detroit Bureau
for students of Black, Hispanic or Native
American origin. Juniors, seniors, and gradu-
ate students interested in journalism careers
are eligible.
Newsweek's Detroit staff will be on campus
Tuesday, September 20, to provide further
information about the internship and the
magazine's regional operations.
Any interested students should meet at
4:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 20 at the
Michigan Union, Wolverine Room.

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