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The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 31, 1985 - Page 7
combines English poetics, American almost every member of a large wed- See yesterday's entry. Cabaret (Bob Fosse, 1972) MTF history of early cinema has been
idiom, and elements of Africa. ding party. Besides sheer technical A decadent look at life in Berlin just rediscovered. D.W. Griffith could
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Reggae virtuosity, you've got to admire a film Starbound-University Exhibit ecdetloo ate in er jsediscors W. riffihnsould
with Dub-wise. that manages to weave so many story Museum before Hitler came to power. Power- direct actors well, Sergei Eisenstein
The Earle (994-0211)-Burgess and lines around a watery-thin plot. MLB Starbound shows at 1:30, 2:45, and 4 ful performances by Liza Minelli and had some interesting ideas about
O'Connor play jazz. 4 7:30 p.m. only. $2.50/single p.m. See Saturday's listing. trying to make sense of a world that is grandeur, but only Abel Gance had ic
Main Street Comedy Showcsse (996- $3.50/double. bent on hate and hypocrisy. Great all. If you still believe the cliche that
9080)-Donnell and Mark Sweetman y songs and great fun amidst the tur- silent films are stuffy, unimaginative,
give Stuart Mitchell a hand. M*A*S*H (Robert Altman, 1970) M O NDAY moil. With Joel Grey as the Master of boring relics of the past, you owe it to
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132)-Fast AAFC Ceremonies. Mich 7 p.m., 9:25 p.m. yourself to see Napoleon. Mich 7 p.m.
Tracks cranks 'em out. Before the TV series there was the $2.50. $2.50.
Mountain Jack's (665-1133)-Jeff original. Hawkeye and Trapper John Bars and Clubs
Baldori and Bob Gardner. were not the '70s style wimps of the THURSDAY
The Nectarine Ballroom (994- boob tube. Rather, they were crass,
5436)-Alliance keeps the beat. boorish, drunken womanizers and all The Blind Pig (996- W EDNESDAY
Rick's American Cafe (996- the more human in the midst of 8555)-Minneapolis' own Ground Bars and Clubs
2747)-Party with The Urbations. inhumanity because of it. An anti-war Zero.
U-Club (763-2236)-Dance Party anti-movie. MLB 4 9:45 p.m. only. Halfway Inn (764-8558)-Larry Bars and Clubs The Apartment (769-4060)-Joe and
time! $2.50/single $3.50/double. "The Man" Manderville. Perry play for you.
Windows (769-9500)-Jump over Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132)-The The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Oh, no!
and see Borderline. Willy DeYoung Blues Band keeps the The Ark (761-1451)-Open Mike. Another night of sperm dancing with

Furthermore

Performance
Godspell-Community High School
Prepare ye for Godspell at 8 p.m.
See Friday's entry.
Welcome to the Freak Show-Per-
formance Network
The freak show continues at 8 p.m.
See Friday's entry.
Campus Cinema
A Clockwork Orange (Stanley
Kubrick, 1971) Michigan Theatre
Foundation
See Friday's listing for details.
Michigan Theater 7 p.m., 9:35 p.m.
$2.50.
Last Year at Marienbad (Alan
Resnais, 1961) C2
Haven't I seen this movie before?
And wasn't it with you? A cyclically
endless and poetic vision of time and
space in a world that couldn't possibly
exist or even make sense. Kinda like
Ann Arbor. Nat. Sci. 7:30 p.m. only.
$2.50/single $3.50/double.
Rules of the Game (Jean Renoir,
1939) C2
A cross between Grand Hotel and
Grand Illusion. Renoir examines the
morals of the upper-middle class and
finds a few things wanting. But there
are no great truths in the film, only
exquisite pacing, characters, themes,
and variations on the truth. Nat. Sci.
9:15 p.m. only $2.50/single
$3.50/double.
Of Human Bondage (J. Cromwell,
1934) Alternative Action
Leslie Howard has a strange in-
fatuation with Bette Davis (don't we
all). The most successful of the three
versions of the Somerset Maugham
novel. Showing with All About Eve.
MLB 3 7:30 p.m. only. $2.50/single
$3.50/double.
S All about Eve (Joseph Mankiewicz,
1952) Alt Act
Multi-Academy Award winner is a
mystery story set in the theater: Is
Ann Baxter, maid and confidant to
grande actress Bette Davis, really
sincere and humble? Or is she after
Davis's job!? Great characterizations
and snappy dialogue punctuate this
definitive Hollywood flick. MLB 3 9
p.m. only. $2.50/single $3.50/double.
A Wedding (Robert Altman, 1978)
AAFC
A couple of dozen stars. Ann Arbor's
favorite director shows us everything
we could possibly want to know about

Celestial Spring/Starbound-Univer-
sity Exhibit Museum
Celestial Spring is a video presen-
tation featuring live narration about
the constellations currently visible in
the evening sky. Starbound is an
audio-visual presentation of develop-
ments in astronomy since the '50s.
10:30 and 11:30 a.m. (Spring), 1:30,
2:45, and 4 p.m. (Starbound), at the
Exhibit Museum Planetarium, Ged-
des at N. University. $1. Call 764-0478
for more information.
13th Annual Ann Arbor Indian Pow
Wow
A potpourri, including dances and
drum songs, Indian food and a variety
of Native American crafts. All per-
formers and artisans are authentic
American Indians. Donation of $4.
Advance tickets are available through
Ticket World outlets, and at the
Michigan Union Box Office. Shows at
2 and 7:30 p.m. at Veteran's Indoor
Ice Arena, 2150 Jackson Road. Call
764-5418 for more information.
SUNDAY
Bars and Clubs

beat. The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Reggae Snaeout.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994- with WCBN's Brian Tomsic. The Earle (994-0211)-Larry Man-
5436)-Galen Davis hosts' the Stud The Earle (994-0211)-Larry Man- derville, piano master.
Club. derville on the 88s. Main Street Comedy Showcase (996-
Rick's 'American Cafe (996- Mr. Flood's Party (995- 9080)-John Caponera with Dick and
2747)-Radio King and his All-Star 2132)-Comedy night with 6 Dave.
Band rock. comedians. Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132)-Rock
Mountain Jack's (665-1133)-Jeff with The Point.
Baldori and Bob Gardner. Mountain Jack's (665-1133)-Bob
Campus Cinema The Nectarine Ballroom (994- Bardner andJeff Baldori.
5436)-Closed for a private party. The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
Rick's American Cafe (996- 5436)-Finally! The Rejoice Hair
The Golem (H. Galeen/P. Wegemer, 2747)-The Wild Woodies provide Show.
1920) AAFC rockabilly rhythm. Rick's American Cafe (996-
Famous silent-film concerns an an- Windows (769-9500)-Borderline 2747)-Sail with The Sea-Cruisers.

cient Jewish legend of a clay monster sets the boundaries.

coming to life. Great companion piece
for a do-it-yourself double-feature
with Metropolis. MLB 4 7:30 p.m.
only. Free.
Metropolis (Fritz Lang, 1926) MTF
Epic fantasy of an industrialized
Earth's future. Oppressed workers
finally revolt against their greedy
employers and save themselves
through a compromise between love
and intelligence. A text-book movie on
camera-angles, lighting, and set
design. This is NOT the recently re-
released version with a soundtrack by
Loverboy. Mich 7 p.m., 9:15 p.m.
$2.50.
TUESDAY

Amwwk, -
97

Del-Rio Bar (761-2530)-Changes Bars and Clubs
plays jazz from 5:30 p.m. on.
Main Street Comedy Showcase (996-
9080)-The Comedy Jam spreads The Ark (761-1451)-Nathan Bell
laughter. and Susan Shore play and sing.
Mr. Flood's Party (995- The Blind Pig (996-8555)-The Out The dB's
2132)-Honeyboy plays R&B. Crowd is in. .. . bounce into Rick's on Tuesday
The Nectarine Ballroom (994- The Earle (994-0211)--Swing to the
5436)-Alliance closes out a 3 night keyboard sounds of Larry Mander-
stand. ville.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132)-Ride Cam s Cinema
to The City Limits Blues Band.
Campus Cinema Mountain Jack's (665-1133)-Jeff
Baldori and Bob Gardner perform. Black Narcissus (Michael Powell/E.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994- Pressburger, 1947) AAFC
2010: The Year We Make Contact 5436)-Hi-Energy Dance Music with Emotional and physical hardships
(Peter Hyams,1984) MTF Roger LeLievre. beset two English sisters as they try
Once you get over the fact that this Rick's American Cafe (996- and establish a mission in the
movie has nothing whatever to do 2747)-The dB's. See Performance. Himalayas. Impressive photography
with 2001, you're ready to sit back and U-Club (763-2236)-Live jazz. and music highlight this intriguing
experience a fairly entertaining and Windows (769-9500)-Go to the Bor- story. MLB 3 7:30 p.m. only $2/single
light-hearted trip to Jupiter. Though derline. $3/double.
heavy with Cold War overtones and a
too good to be true ending, 2010 tells errmanc The Red Shoes (Michael Powell, 1948)
its story with high-tech flash and well- AAFC
acted (Roy Scheider, John Lithgow) A lyrical and fantastic fairy tale of a
panache. Mich 4 p.m., 7 p.m. $2.50. The dB's-Prism Productions ballerina who is in love with two
Whoa-nelly! They opened for domineering men. Another feast of
R.E.M., now they're here on they're music and color from Michael Powell,
Furthermore own. Pete Holsapple leads these and one of the better integrations of
brilliant Bearsville recording artists dance and music in films. MLB 3 9:30
in what is sure to be a nifty show. 10 p.m. only. $2.00/single $3.00/double.
13th Annual Ann Arbor Indian Pow p.m. at Rick's Cafe. Tickets are $6 in
Wow advance at Schoolkid's, P.J.'s and Napoleon (Abel Gance, 1927) MTF
The Pow Wow continues at 2 p.m. Rick's. In the past couple of years, the

U-Club (763-2236)-Reggae Dance
Party, mon.
Windows (769-9500)-Borderline.
Performance
Performance
Up With People-Kiwanis Club of Ann
Arbor.
The internationally famous group
will perform in a benefit for the
Michigan Theater. Tickets are $8.50 at
the Michigan Theater Box Office. 8
p.m. at the Michigan Theater.
Campus Cinema
On the Waterfront (Elia Kazan, 1954)
Cinema Guild
Marlon Brando could'a been a
contend'a. Fighting corruption and
union baddies with friendly priest
Karl Malden, Brando's heroic per-
formance supports a film full of the
'50s version of gritty reality. MLB 4
7:30p.m. 9:30p.m. $2.00.
The Toughest Job You'll Ever Love
The experiences of three Americans
who joined the Peace Corps and went
to Asia,. Africa, and South America
are chronicled in this film. After the
screening, former Corps volunteers
will answer questions. University In-
ternational Center 8:00 only. Free.
Furthermore
American Heritage Night-Michigan
League
Tonight, food and festivity from New
Orleans. 5-7:15 p.m. in the Michigan
League cafeteria. Meals range from
$6-$8 average. Call 764-0446 for more
information.
-Compiled by Richard Campbell
and John Logie

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