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campus cinema
F R I D A Y
The Bridges at Toko-Ri
(Mark Robson, 1954)
Lorch 7pm Japanese Studies/CG
free
This Korean War drama/ thriller stars
William Holden as a reluctant warrior:
a WWII veteran called back to active
duty after the renewed outbreak of
hostilities in Asia. Toko-Ri won an
Oscar for its spectacular flying
sequences and aerial effects.
Rear Window
(Alfred Hitchcock, 1954)
MLB3 7pm/DBL CG
A classic Hitchcock filled with
voyeurism and loneliness, starring
Jimmy Stewart as a man laid up with

a broken leg with nothing to do but
peep into other people's lives and see
a murder.
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The Hustler
(Robert Rossen, 1961)
MLB3 9:05/DBL CG
Before The Color of Money, there was
The Hustler, with a young Paul
Newman whose looks Tom Cruise
could only dream about. Oscar-
winning cinematography.
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Extreme Winter
(Warren Miller, 1990)
Mich 7:30 MTF
Miller and his crew have gathered
some wild footage. From Antarctica to
Vermont, from Russia to the Rockies,
you'll see death-defying sequences
(and some cute penguins, and funny
first-time-off-the-chairlift moments).
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The Hidden
(Jack Sholder, 1987)
AudB 7:30 & 9:30 AAFC

An action-packed sci-fi shocker that
will knock you for a loop.
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House of Games
(David Mamet, 1987)
MLB4 7:30 & 9:45 Med
In Mamet's brilliant directorial debut,
an uptight psychiatrist, played by
Mamet's wife, Lindsay Crouse,
becomes fascinated with the strange,
violent life of one of her patients (a
con artist, played by Joe Mantegna)
and soon gets in over her head,
psychologically and legally.
S A T U R D A Y -
The Man with a Movie Camera
(Dziga Vertov, 1927)
AudA 7pm/TPL CG
Truly an "experimental"
documentary, ingenious for the era.
Vertov records life in Russia in the
late '20s, but in a complex way, using
the camera lens exactly as a human
eye (his "Kino Eye" theory). A blend
of irony, wit, and brilliance well worth

- watching. Silent.
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The Great Ecstasy of the Sculptor
Steiner
(Werner Herzog, 1975)
AudA 8:15/TPL CG
Herzog has made a lyrical
documentary about Walter Steiner, a
Swiss woodcarver who's also the
world's greatest ski jumper. Amazing
slo-mo photography captures the
beautiful but terrifying isolation of
Steiner's ecstasy. German with
subtitles.
Solaris
(Andrei Tarkovsky, 1972)
AudA 9:15ITPL CG
Tarkovsky's classic (and slightly
avant-garde) sci-fi film, one of the
handful of brilliantly composed
widescreen movies ever made. An
Ann Arbor premiere.
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Speaking Parts
(Atom Egoyan, 1989)
MLB3 7:30 & 9:30 AAFC
The overriding importance of TV in a
time of isolation and alientation is the
subject of this outlandish, seductive
film by this acclaimed young
Canadian director. An Ann Arbor
premiere.
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Things Change
(David Mamet, 1988)
Whimsical rags-to-riches comedy stars
Don Ameche and perennial Mamet
favorite Joe Mantegna. The life of a
poor but happy Sicilian shoshine man
is complicated when he's
"persuaded" to take the rap for a
muder that was really committed by a
Mafia Boss. Interestingly, this was co-
written by Shel Silverstein, of
childrens poetry fame.
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M*A*S*H
(Robert Altman, 1970)
With Donald Sutherland and Elliot
Gould, without Alan Alda.
S U N D A Y
Silent Film Society: November
Nonsense
(Various directors)
Sheraton Inn Amphitheater 3pm
SFS
Classic nonsense comedies that will
make you smile, including D.W.
Griffith's short, The Curtain Pole, The
Extra Gir/by Mack Sennett with
Mabel Normand as a small-town girl
who wins a contest and goes to
Hollywood, and Charley's Aunt,
starring Charlie Chaplin's half-
brother, Sydney.
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Alexander Nevsky
(Sergei Eisenstein, 1938)
AudA 7pm/DBL CG
Prince Nevsky and a people's army
drove back invading Teutonic
knights, insuring the continued
independence of Russia.
Solaris
(Andrei Tarkovsky, 1972)
AudA 9:15/DBL CG
See listing for Saturday.
first run
cinema
Avalon
Barry Levinson's nostalgic look back
at Baltimore. (At Briarwood-10:00,
1:001 4:30, 7:15, 9:45)
Child's Play 2
Chucky's back and he's ready to stab,
bite, kick, slice, pummel, gouge and

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1990-91 Michigan Men's Basketball Team
Resetting the shot clock
With the loss of four players to the NBA, Michigan's men's basketball team
is literally starting over
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The Wolverines may surprise people
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Big Ten Preview
The conference lost plenty of talent, but there's plenty of new blood
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Five newcomers are being counted on to fill a void
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