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First Run Film
Cry-Baby
John Waters' first film without the
lovely Divine has Johnny Depp (21
Jump Street) as a greasy tough guy
who falls for a rich "good" girl with
raging hormones. The cast of this
musical-comedy set in the '50s
includes Ann Arbor's own Iggy Pop
and ex-porn queen Tracy Lords. (At
Fox Village -12:00, 2:00, 4:00, 7:15,
9:15, 11:45; Showcase - 12:20, 2:40,
4:40, 7:40, 9:30, 11:35)
Driving Miss Daisy
Elderly Southern woman Jessica
Tandy and chauffeur Morgan
Freeman break down some social
barriers. Adapted from Alfred Uhry's
Pulitzer Prize-winning play,
performed in Ann Arbor last
semester. (At Showcase -12:05,
2:20,4:25, 7:35, 9:30, 11:35)
Ernest Goes to Jail
Hey. Hey Vern. I got me a new
movie. It's hot, Vern, know what I
mean? I'm in jail, and I lift weights
with big men, and I bump my head
on things, and I make goofy faces at
the guards, and I fight with the mean
prisoner, and it's really funny, Vern
- really funny, know what I mean?
You gonna see it, huh huh, you gonna
see it? It's really funny, you gonna see
it? Hey Vern, why are you pointing
that shotgun at me? Wait, it's really
funny Vern. Don't pull that trigger,
Vern, don't pull that... (At Showcase
- 12:35, 3:10,5:10,7:30,9:25,11:30)
The First Power
In a copy of the horror film Shocker,
Lou Diamond Phillips plays a cop
hunting the spirit of an executed
killer. Says Mr. Young Gun, "this
character will be something different
than anything people have seen me
do on screen yet." What, no la
bamba? How about a lambada?
Please? (At Fox Village -12:00, 2:00,
4:15, 7:15, 9:30, 11:45; Showcase -
12:50, 3:00, 5:15, 7:30, 9:40, 11:55)
Handmaid's Tale
Based on Margaret Atwood's novel,
the near future looks bleak as 99
percent of all women are infertile.
Women who are fertile are kept as
handmaidens for married couples and
this tells the story of one such
woman. With Robert Duvall, Faye
Dunaway, and Elizabeth McGovern.
(At Showcase - 9:45, 12:10)
House Party
Hip-hoppin' partying that was the
rage at the recent Sundance Festival.
With Kid'n'Play and Full Force, this
high energy comedy is about one
teenager's attempt to dupe his
parents and the police so he can get
to the hottest party of the year. (At
Showcase -2:25, 4:50, 10:00, 12:15)
The Hunt for Red October
Sean Connery, a Soviet captain,
hijacks his own submarine and heads
for the U.S. with the whole world in
pursuit. Problem is, the sub has a new
sealth device which makes it
impossible to track (if the film is like
Tom Clancy's novel, they could
always use a bad-dialogue-seeking
device). (At Briarwood -11:00,
12:40, 1:40,3:20, 4:15,6:00, 7:00,8:45,
9:35, 11:30; Showcase -1:15,4:00,
7:10,9:50, 12:20)
1 LoweYou to Death

Tracey Ullman hires novice hit men
to do away with her philandering I
husband (Kevin Kline) in this
comedy by UM alum Lawrence
Kasdan. Cast includes River Phoenix,1
Bill & Ted's Keanu Reeves, and fellowI
Big Chiller William Hurt. (At
Briarwood - 11:45, 2:00, 4:00, 7:00,
9:00, 11:30; Showcase - 12:25, 2:55,
4:55, 7:20, 9:25, 11:40)
Impulse
Theresa Russell is a narcotics cop
who becomes entangled in a big
narcotics case while undercover as a
prostitute. Should she become a high
class hooker for real? Should she keep
the drug money she's found? Should
she fall in love with the D.A.? Well,
when I was in this situation... (At
Briarwood - 12:15, 2:30, 4:45, 7:15,
9:30, 11:40; Showcase - 12:20, 2:30,
4:35, 7:25, 9:35, 11:50)
Joe Versus the Volcano
Tom Hanks learns that he doesn't
have long to live so decides he may as
well jump into a volcano. Meg Ryan
has three different roles but neither
continues her tutorial on how to fake
sex. (At Briarwood -12:00, 2:15,
4:30, 7:15, 9:30, 11:45; Showcase -
12:20,7:15)
The Little Mermaid
Disney's best cartoon in over a
decade, this fun film is a must for
those with a little bit of the kid in
you. (At Showcase - Sat. &
Sun., 12:00; Briarwood - 11:30,
1:15,3:00, 4:45)
Love At Large
Tom Berenger and Elizabeth Perkins
are private detectives who fall in love
while investigating Anne Archer's
philandering husband. A comedy
about love and something that is
large. (At Briarwood - 7:30, 9:40)
My Left Foot
Daniel-Day Lewis plays a man with
cerebral palsy who expresses his
creativity and his character through
his left foot. Not the downer movie
you might think; nominated for five
Oscars. (At Showcase - 12:40, 3:05,
5:15, 7:40,9:50, 11:45; Ann Arbor -
call for times)
Nuns on the Run
Not to be confused with Nuns With the
Runs, this more respectable comedy
stars Monty Python's Eric Idle as one
of two crooks who steals millions from
the mob and hides out in a convent
disguised as nuns. Do you think it'll
have a shower scene and have them
sharing a bed with female nuns? (At
Showcase - 12:45, 2:50, 5:10, 7:25,
9:35, 11:30; Briarwood - 12:15, 2:30,
4:30, 7:00, 9:15, 11:30)
Opportunity Knocks
Dana Carvey (NL's Church Lady) is
a con man who masquerades as an Ivy
League snob among the snobs of
Chicago. Isn't that special? (At Fox
Village - 12:00, 2:15, 4:30, 7:00, 9:15,
11:45; Showcase - 1::35, 3:35, 5:30,
7:35,9:40, 11:40)
Pretty Woman
Romantic comedy where Richard
Gere is a powerful business mogul
who eats up companies for profit;
Julia Roberts is a Hollywood hooker
who eats up customers for profit. He
hires her for a week and falls in love
when she cries at the opera; she falls
in love with him when he takes her

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Rocky Horror Piture Show
If you're a man, wear only women's
lingerie and go see this show; if
you're a woman, wear only women's
lingerie and go see this show. (At
Briarwood - 11:30)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
You've read the comic book, you've
seen the cartoon, you've played the
video, you've bought the dolls,
you've used the condoms, now see
the movie. And Kowabunga! it has
real actors. Pass the pizza, dude. (At
Showcase -12:00, 12:30, 2:35, 4:30,
5:00, 7:15, 7:45, 9:20, 11:25; Fox
Village - 12:00, 2:15, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30,
11:45)
Campus Cinema
FRIDAY
The 22nd International
Tournee of Animation
Mich 3pm & 8pm MTF
The oldest, most prestigious touring
festival in the world, devoted to
celebrating the world's best
animation. Eighteen award-winning
films will be shown, including two
Oscar contenders, UssR's The Cow and
West Germany's Balance. Ten
countries are represented.
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West Side Story
(R. Wise & J. Robbins, 1%1)
Mich 5:15 & 12mid. MTF
From Arthur Laurent's play, with a
score by Leonard Bernstein and
Stephen Sondheim with the oh-so-
incredible choreography by Jerome
Robbins (That's Broadway), Romeo
and Juliet move up a few centuries to
New York City of the '5s. Awarded
10 Oscars in its day. The perfect
movie before a night at the Nect-a-
thing.
A Streetcar Named Desire
(Elia Kazan, 1951)
MLB4 7pm & 9:30 CG
Stella, Stella! Tennessee Williams at
his darkest best in his play about
polar opposites whose meeting
portends tragic fulfillment and
destruction. In their most vivid roles,
Vivien Leigh as Blanche DuBois and
Marlon Brando as Stanley Kowalski
transgress in a steamy New Orleans
tenement.
Seduction: The Cruel Woman
(E. Mikesh & M. Treut, 1986)
MLB3 7:30 & 9:15 AAFC
Wanda, a dominatrix, whose troupe
services customers and stages
elaborate S&M performances, leaves
her German lesbian lover for an
American "trainee" (Sheila
McGlaughlin) and deal harshly with a
male performer whose sin is being in
love with her. Stylized and color-
coordinated like Fassbinder, this is
"S&M by Avedon, outfits by Dior."
An investigation of the dark side of
the human psyche by the director of
The Virgin Machine. Part of the Gay &
Lesbian Film Festival.
Roger and Me
(Michael Moore, 1989)
Mich 10:15 MTF
Is there anyone in Michigan who
doesn't know what this movie is
about? If you haven't seen it yet, you
rank right up there with the Rocky
Horror virgin viewers.
SATURDAY
The 22nd International
Tournee of Animation
Mich 3pm & 8pm MTF

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Happily, it's love at first sight for Ben
Loi and Mei Oi, whose marriage has
been arranged. Only when meddling
friends and relatives insist that they
have a child does their happiness start
to crumble. Set in New York's
Chinatown of 1949, this eccentric
charming film has the feel of a '40s
screwball comedy. An Ann Arbor
premiere.
The Suitors
(Ghasam Ebrahimian, 1988)
Aud A 7pm & 9pm AAFC
"Before we are 15 minutes into The
Suitors, this dark satire reveals the
dangers of slaghtering sheep in a
bathtub. A quirky first feature written
and directed by G. Ebrahimian, who
was born in Iran and who settled in
the U.S. in the '70s, the film also
takes a sharp affectionate view of
Iranian immigrants trying to merge
their traditions with Manhattan
living." Events turn unpredictable as
a swAT team is called in and a widow
is wooooed by an unusual quartet.
According to the NY Times, "Part
Alfred Hitchcock, part Lucille Ball."
The Last Wave
(Peter Weir, 1977)
MLB3 7pm & 9pm CG
A disquieting psychological thriller
from Australia by the director of Dead
Poet's Society. A young attorney
(Richard Chamberlain), drawn into
the defense of five Aboriginals
accused of committing a ritual
murder, is troubled by eerie,
recurrent dreams that suggest both
some enigmatic connection between
himself and his clients, and the
existence of an alternative reality that
is about to descend on an
unsuspecting continent.
Scandal
(Michael Caton-Jones, 1989)
MLB4 8pm/DBIL Med
In his directorial debut, Caton-Jones
recounts the 1963 sex scandal that
ruined more than a few political
careers and eventually helped
collapse the conservative government
in England. John Hurt plays
upstanding Dr. Stephen Ward whose
slightly offbeat hobby is providing
the rich and powerful with teen party
girls. Ward's portrayed as the victim
of the whole affair, and comes off
mush more angelic than he was in real
life.
Fatal Attraction
(Adrian Lynec, 1987)
MLB4 10pm/DBL Med
Glenn Close has a crush on the very-
married Michael Douglas, but takes it
a little too far for etiquette to allow.
Tips on how not to have an affair with
a married man. A Looney Tunes
cartoon, also about an obsession
(perhaps with carrots?) thematically
precedes the movie.
Angel Heart
(Alan Parker, 1987)
Hillel 9pm & 11pm HSC
Angel Heart's controversy
overshadowed its competence as a
mystery thriller, a quest into the dark
realms of voodoo identity of the
Oedipal sort (the Sophocles play, not
Freud). Set in New Orleans, Mickey
Rourke plays a two-bit detective set

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Sec listing for Friday.
SUNDAY
The Big Parade
(King Vidor, 1925)
Mich 7pm FVS free
Vidor's epic captures the enormity of
war while focusing on its effects on
ordinary people. A successful blend of
wartime humor, anti-war propaganda,
and romance. Preceded by the
animated short, Felix Revolts (1924).
Both films feature live organ
accompaniment and are part of the
Film Classics Series sponsored by the
Film/Video Studies Program.
The 22nd International
Tournee of Animation
Mich 9:45 MTF
See listings for Friday.
Bars and Clubs
THE ARK
(761-1451)
Friday: Josh White Jr.; at 7:30 and 10
p.m.
Saturday: Zany quartet Free Hot
Lunch; at 7:30 and 10 p.m.
BIRD OF PARADISE
(662-8310)
Friday & Saturday: Emily Remler
and the Ron Brooks Trio
THE BLIND PIG
(996-8555)
Friday: Regional rockers Crossed
Wire, with opening act Anny Be
Davis
Saturday: New Orleans-based Dirty
Dozen Brass Band
CLUB HEIDELBERG
Friday: Elvis Hitler, with Skin Flower
Saturday: Frank Allison and the Odd
Sox
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436)
Friday: Boys' Night Out; with D.J.
Roger LeLievre
Saturday: Progressive Dance Party;
with D.J. Cyberpunk
Sunday: Boys' Night Out; with D.J.
Roger LeLievre
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday: bop (harvey). Some kind of
dancey pop
Saturday: Steve Nardella's Rock-n-
Roll Trio: blues and rockabilly
Sunday: Trinidad Tripoli. Steel Band;
benefit for hunger from 7 p.m.-2 a.m.
U-CLUB
(763-2236)
Friday: New Music Dance Party; with
D.J. Tom Simonian
Saturday: Reggae Night; with D.J.
Tom Simonian
Furthermore
FRIDAY
UM Shorin-Ryu Karate-Do Club
- beginners welcome 7:30-8:30 p.m. in
the CCRB Martial Arts Room
UM Taekwondo Club - beginners
welcome 6-8 p.m. in 1200 CCRB
Latino Student Happy Hour - a
SALSA event at 5 p.m. in the U-Club
Reform Shabbat Services at
Milan Prison - join the Reform
Chavurah at 445 p.m. at Hillel for a ride

cover illustration
by
Jose Juarez

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Just say 'No'.
Illegal drug use on campus
MIKE SOBEL

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BEAUTY
A Place to Refresh
996-558!
These are just a few c
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Interview
A student dealer tells his story
MIKE SOBEL
10
Land of the self-righteous
RONAN G. LYNCH
Girlie Mag
Feminist fun for everyone
DONNA IADIPAOLO
16
Rhodes Scholar
Senior Martin Rhodes has been around the block... and in it
GIL RENBERG

4
Slings and Arrows
PHIL COHEN
5
Rob Earle
18
Movie Listings

4
Alex About Town
ALEX GORDON
19
Sketchpad
FRED ZINN
18
Weekend list

Editor - KEVIN WOODSON
AnotherrEditor - MIGUEL CRUZ
Staff - PHIL COHEN, ROB EARLE, ALEX GORDON, DONNA IADIPAOLO, RONAN LYNCH, FRED ZINN
Contributors - GIL RENBERG, MIKE SOBEL
Business Manager - DAVID EDINGER
Advertising Sales Manager - ALYSSA ALTMAN
Special Sections Coordinator - SHE LLY PLEVA
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420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI 48109. Telephone: +1 313 764 0552

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By Gaetano Donizetti
Sung in Italian, with English supertitles
Conducted by Martin Katz
Production by Travis Preston
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