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F R I D A Y
Woyzeck
(Werner Herzog, 1978)
AudA 7:00&9:00 AAFC
Klaus Kinski stars as a normal man who
goes insane and turns into a Norman
Bates - Herzog is known for bleak
and life-renouncing films.
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His Girl Friday
(Howard Hawks, 1940)
MLB4 7:0OJTPL CG
Classic screwball comedy with Cary
Grant as a hard-nosed sneaky editor,
Rosalind Russell as the star reporter
he's in love with, and Ralph Bellamy as
the buffoon Russell's to marry.
Whirlwind dialogue as Grant tries to
convince Russell to cover one more
story before she marries.
**"* *
Twentieth Century
(Howard Hawks, 1934)
MLB4 8:40fTPL CG
John Barrymore and Carole Lombard
ham it up the first screwball
comedy.Barrymore is a Broadway
egomaniac who brings Lombard to
stardom and drives her away with his
lunacy and phony self-pity.
" . * * * "
It Happened One Night
(Frank Capra, 1934)
MLB4 10:15ITPL CG
First film to win the five major Oscars
has Clark Gable as a hard-boiled
reporter who hooks up with runaway
Claudette Colbert on a bus and, of
course, begin a rocky but inevitable
love-relationship. Gable created a stir
by not wearing an undershirt!

You Only Live Twice
(Lewis Gilbert, 1967)
Lorch 7:00 Japanese Studies/CGfree
SPECTRE has stolen a nuclear bomb
and only one man can save the world
from imminent destruction while
sleeping with many women along the
way - Bond, James Bond.
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Polyester
(John Waters, 1981)
MLB3 7:00/TPL Med
The John Waters Festival begins with
the first movie filmed in "Odorama"
where the audience uses a
scratch'n'sniff card to enhance their
perceptual experience (watch out for
Smell Number 2). Divine is amusing as
Francine Fishpaw, a housewife who's
dissatisfied with everything in her life.
Pink Flamingos
(John Waters)
MLB3 8:45/TPL Med
Water's cult classic is considered one of
the most disgusting films ever made.
Divine, as Babs Johnson, competes with
a married couple to become "the
filthiest human being in the world."
Selling heroin to children and investing
in pornography are among the treats.
Good movie for a first date.
" "*"** *
Hairspray
(John Waters, 1988)
MLB3 10:30/TPL Med
It's hard to believe that the man who
made Pink Flamingos also made this
nostalgic, PG musical set in the '60s.
Main story involves integration in a
Baltimore teen dance show, but the
main interest, as always, is in Waters'
kooky characters.With Debbie Harry
and Sonny Bono.
S A T U R D A Y
..* * * *" *
The Tin Drum

(Volker Schlondorff)
AudA 7:00 & 9:30 CG
Based on a Gunter Grass novel, this is
the story of a three-year-old who stops
growing physically as the Nazis take
power in Germany and the boy beats
out his anger on his drum.
Extraordinary film.
" * * " * *
Desperate Living
(John Waters, 1977)
MLB4 7:00/TPL Med
Waters' described this film without
Divine as "a lesbian melodrama about
revolution...a monsterous fairytale
comedy dealing with mental anguish,
penis envy, and political corruption. Its
target audience is very neurotic adults
with the mentalities of eight-year-olds."
Need I say more?
* * * * * *
Multiple Maniacs
(John Waters, 1971)
MLB4 8:45/TPL Med
John Waters' favorite film. Divine runs
a "Carnival of Perversions" which she
uses to rob and kill unsuspecting
suburbanites. Contains a puke-eater
and a giant lobster that rapes Divine.
*"* * * * *
Female Trouble
(John Waters, 1975)
MLB4 10:30/TPL Med
Divine's most outrageous performance
ends this festival of Waters' feminist
films. Follows the life of Divine's Dawn
Davenport from being kicked out of
school to her demise in prison. Child
abuse and dismemberment are some of
the less shocking scenes in this film
* * * * * *
Roger & Me
(Michael Moore, 1989)
MLB3 7:30 & 9:30 AAFC
Flint man Moore takes on GM's
chair Roger Smith in this hilarious
documentary about the decline of Flint
at the hands of GM. Though
manipulative, it's a compelling
argument for corporate responsibility.
Taxi Driver
(Martin Scorsese, 1976)
Hillel 7:30 & 9:30 HSC
One of the best films of the Seventies.
Vietnam vet Robert De Niro is a New
Hair Styling with
a Flair
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for MEN & WOMEN
. NO WAITING!!!
DASCOLA STYLISTS
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Rust on the
Ivory
Are the lofty Ivory Towers of
knowledge looming out of
control? Are your professors
spending more time
extracting knowledge from
the tusk-walls than teaching
your classes? As universities
become more like businesses
than learning institutions,
more credit hours are being
spent with TAs and lecturers
C #than with professors.
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Understanding in Ann Arbor
The internationally acclaimed AIDS Quilt will stop in Ann Arbor on its
current tour to raise awareness of and compassion for those who have
died from AIDS.
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Jesse Walker Slings and Arrows
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Sketchpad Weekend List
Cover Photogragh-JENNIFER DUNETZ
Editors-KEVIN WOODSON, RONAN G. LYNCH
Staff-PHILIP COHEN, MIGUEL CRUZ, JESSE WALKER, FRED ZINN, DONNA
IADIPAOLO, KRISTIN PALM
Business Manager-DIONNE WEBSTER
Advertising Sales Manager-LISA GREENBERG
Speclal Sections Coordinator-NANCY SAGAR
d Copyright 1990, Weekend Magazine: Published each Friday by the Michigan Daily,
420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 telephone (313) 764-0552

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