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F R I D A Y
The Deadman
James Duderstadt and Rackham leader Mark
Buchan go into a room together with gasoline-
tipped spears. There is one Bic lighter in the center
of the room. An electrocuted fence lines the walls
and the room temperature is 105 degrees and
rising. Soon, one of them is going to be the
Deadman. Although this scenario has nothing to
do with the film, it was good to get it out of my
system.
(Ahwesh & Sanborn, 1989)
MLB4700, 8:30,1000
Anatomy of a Marriage, Part II
The cinematic story of Donald and Ivana Trump?
No, it's a French classic. Artsy, in-depth look at the
passions and conditions of a French couple.
(Andre Cayatte, 1964)
Aud A7.00
Le Corbeau
Est-ce Paris ou Ann Arbor? Avec toutes les filmes

frangaises, c'est difficile a dire, mais je suis sur
que les filmes americaines vaut rapparaitre.
(Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1943)
Aud A 9:00
Los Olvidados
Aka The Young and the Damned Riveting
"documentary" byMexican great Luis Bunuel
about tough youth gangs in Mexico City. The film
delivers some harsh moral judgements on inner-
(LuisBunuel 1951)
Aud A 10:30
The Untouchables
The story of the Fed's attempt to break the back of
the Chivcago crme lord. Kevin Costner portrays
Secret Service legend Elliot Ness and goes on a
crusade to nab Al Capone (Robert DeNiro) during
the height of the his prohibition power. Great score
by Ennio Morricone. Also starring Sean Connery.
(Brian DePalma, 1987)
Mich Th. 7:30
Forbidden Games
Synchronized swimming? Steroid-allowed track
and field? Blind-horse steeplechase? No, it's a
French film, because, of course, this is Ann Arbor.
Actually, this one is worth a look. A war orphan
moves in with a poor family and she develops a
special friendship with the youngest son in the
family. Poingent anti-war picture.
(Rene Clement, 1952)

MLB 3 8.00
. .* *. *
Orpheus
Ouelle Surprise! A french film, but a brilliant one at
that! Cinematic mythology creates a completely
unique motion picture from the imagination of
director Jean Cocteau. Protaginast poet besieged
by voices from other worlds comes face to face
with the black-gloved woman, death.
(Jean Cocteau, 1949)
MLB 310:00
The Sheltering Sky
Married couple goes to the Sahara for reflection
and enlightenment on their relationship. What
happens instead is that the audience is subjected
to a terrible film. Starring Debra Winger and John
Malkovich. Sprawling look, but that's it
(Bemardo Bertolucci, 1991)
Mich Th. 9:35
SATURDAY
The King of Coredy
Robert DeNiro's deranged Rupert Puin kidnap's
Johnny Carson-like talk show god (Jerry Lewis)
and holds him as part of a bizarre scheme to
become discovered as the greatest comedian
anywhere. Psychologically outstanding work from
Martin Scorcese.
(Martin Scorcese, 1983)
MLB3 7:00
Bambi
Animated adventure schlock about a crack-
addicted fawn and the rest of the annoying furry
rodents that should have been flattened by an 18-
wheeler before they became famous, but such is
the magic of motion pictures. When in Bambi-land,
one should drink and drive.
(Hand & Pearce, 1942)
Aud A 7:30,9,10:30
Angel Heart
Whatever happened to Lisa Bonet? I hear she
can't even get guest spots on Cosby. Dark,
gloomy, almost supernatural thriller from Alan
Parker. Mickey Rourke plays private Dick sent to
the Bayou to collect a debt for a client (Robert
DeNiro), and he runs into the Voodoo culture
there. Stylish, wierd and enticing.
(Alan Parker, 1987)
MLB 4 7:30
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Strangers on a Train
Oft-overlooked Hitchcock gem. Robert Walker and
Farley Granger meet on a train and plan out a
murder pact. As always, plenty of suspense and
psychosis to satisfy all.
(Alfred Hitchcock, 1951)
MLB49:30
My Dinner With Andre
Playwright-actor and theater director talk about
everything over dinner. Amazingly, the screenplay
and Louis Malle's direction keep us fascinated for
the full 110 minutes.
(Louis Malle, 1981)
Hillel 9:15 & 11:15
SUNDAY
The Godfather
Honesty, this is the greatest film of all time. Don
Vito wipes out all of the Italo-goombas in NYC with
a little help from Luca, Tom, Santino, Fredo,
Michael, Tessio and Clemenza. Francis Coppola's

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Status Quo (cover story)
The recent drug bust of three fraternities UVA has caused many to wonder if a
new trend has begun. In Ann Arbor, however, there appears to be little chance
of a similar crackdown on the Greek system. See Page 8.
Killing Anger
The way you deal with anger could have a profound effect on how healthy you
are now and in the future. See Page 4.
Also:
Out to lunch
Jesse Walker
Sketchpad by F. Zinn
The Weekend List
Cover photo by Kristoffer Gillette.

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People: An Exi
I suppose I've just run out of patience.
I sent a note to the guy sitting next to me in c
"Put on your shoes."
Yep, I've run out of patience.
People sniff and cough and wheeze.
It's passe to have a cold now.
I do my best thinking underneath my desk. I
down. I can play with the electric cords, and por
shave my legs. No one can find me wiping my n
where I've decided how black-and-white the w(
I want to know.
There are copyright policies cracking down a
Questions questions questions.
Who actually reads coursepacks?
Don't people get their heads knocked by the
Why does Burger King always spring up next
What is that drip on the Union side of Sigma
it fixed?
What is the etymology of the word "dissed?"
Why does punctuation go inside the quotes?
Who said we wanted Bush to speak at gradua
Are people so bored they have to debate pop
What is that smell in South Quad?
What have they been constructing at Dennis
Why do people leave long, irritating message
What are Q-Tips supposed to do if you can't
Why rollerblades?
Where are the Village People now?
How do amphibians work?
How many puppies have been conceived in
Where are the townie Hash Bash people the
What is the appeal of "Finger Jell-O?"
Why do toenails turn yellow?
Why isn't there a North Quad?
Why is everyone on WeekenD staff left-han
Why do people become stodgy?
Why was everything in the '70s so ugly?
Can I make a left turn on red when I'm goin
another one-way street?
Why is there a perpetual wind tunnel under
What happened to Post Modern MTV?
To what did that extra kitchen door on the F
And what did Carol actually do?
Why weren't there ever any women up in Gi
Why does the West Quad cafeteria smell lik
Why do we sleep?
Who is ultimately in power?
Whoever thought styrofoam was a good idea
How does baking powder work?
How can the CRISP people be so nice?
Can checks be recycled?
How do yo-yo's work?
Why do people have iguanas as pets?
Under what circumstances would Meijer's c
Why did Patrick Swayze say "See ya" at the
Why are my chickens always angry?
Well, perhaps Carol was tied up making pilg
estate. Maybe her life was more meaningful th
remember that she is imaginary.
My phone is ringing. My mom wants to kno'
from this town. When can she take me home fc
When I find the answers, Mom. There are tl
Erica Kohnke is Editorial Assistant for Weekend. T
should buy hera trip to Munich.

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'26 years f experience
TOP SOLD MEDAL WINNER
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masterpiece is a film for the ages, mandatory
viewing for all who have eaten, or will ever eat
pasta. Gratzil
(Francis Ford Coppola, 1972)
Mich Th. 3:45
Blow Up
Young photographer believes he witnessed a
murder, accidently. H a picture paints a thousand
words, than this picture paints a few million.
Starring Vanessa Redgrave. ~
(Michaelangelo Antonioni, 1966)
Aud A 700
Despite Everything
Ex-con turned hearse driver tums to endless
sorrow when his sister kicks the bucket. If I said
any more, I'd be making it up. Hmmmm...
(Orhan Oguz, 1987)
Mch Th. 7:00
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The Sheltering Sky
See Friday.
Mich Th. 9:00
The Kingof Comedy
See Saturday.
MLB 39:45
MO N D A Y
Firefly
Depressed translator takes refuge in a childhood
image of collecting fireflies to escape the cruelty
and self -centerdness of her husband and friends.
(Ismail Gunes, 1987)
Mich Th. 7:00
The Godfather
"Michael Francis, do you renounce Satan?-
"1 do renounce him.'
See Sunday.
Mich Th. 9:00
T U E S D A Y -
Fanny and Alexander
Bergman brings us home to Uppsala in 1907 to tel
us the story of the Ekdahl family. The story
eventually focuses on Alexander, one of the sons
in the family. Incredibly rich family film from the
director you'd least expect to make a picture like
this. The last film of a genius.
(Ingmar Berlman, 1983)
Mich Th. 7:00

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W E D N E S D A Y
Fanny and Alexander
See Tuesday.
Mich Th. 7:00
T H U R S D A Y
Fanny and Alexander
See Tuesday.
Mich Th. 7:00

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Career Opportunities (PG-13)
21-year old brat custodian at a department store
gets locked in on first night with hot babe. Not
suggested viewing for anyone with traces of brain
activity. From director John Hughes (Home Alone),
the man who took substance out of cinema. (At
Briarwood: 10:15, 12:30,2:40,4:30, 7:30, 9:30, Fri
& Sat 11:20; at Showcase: 12:35, 4:35, 7:45)
Chameleon Street (R)
A street changes colors based on the level of
ozone depletion in the atmosphere combined with
the rainforest destruction and also including grape,
coffee and veal boycott success ratios. Actually we
have no advance word on this film, but wouldn't it
be interesting if this is what it was really about?
(At Showcase: 12:15, 2:35,4:40, 7:30, 9:50,
11:55)
Class Action (R)
Father and daughter film against the backdrop of a
big court case where they are pitted against each
other. Starring Gene Hackman. (At Showcase:
12:05, 2:15,4-30, 7-20, 9:35,12:05; At Briarwood:
10,12:05, 2:20, 4:30, 7, 9:10, Fri & Sat 11:20)
Dances With Wolves (PG-13)
The official theme film of the Eastern Michigan
Hurons, Florida St. Seminoles, and the Cleveland
Indians. See the Sioux deal with white meanies
while Costner kicks some Buffalo ass. There is a
rumor that all the buffalo belong to CSN man Neil
Young, don't quote us on that (At Briarwood:10,

Weekend Editor-Gil Renberg
Weekend Associate Editor-Josephine Ballenger
Editorial Assistant-Erica Kohnke
Weekend Arts Editor-Tony Silber
Weekend Dead Ad Consultant-Andrew K. Gottesman
Cartoonist-Fred Zinn
Food Consultants-Noah Finkel, Eric Lemont
Columnists-Jonathan Chait, Scott Chupack, Mike Gill,
Larry Hu, Craig Linne, Jesse Walker
Artist-Adam Levine
Business Manager-Dionne E Webster
Special Sections Coordinator-Nancy Sagar
Sales Manager-Lisa Greenberg
Assistant Sales Manager-Cyndi Peters
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