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Thursday – Term 4
Film Society: 1.00 – 3.30 pm – Auditorium.
Coordinators: Rick Thompson, Aileen Harland
Note that films marked * will be shown with subtitles for the hard of hearing
|Oct 28||RIDE LONESOME, USA, 1959, 73 mins. Directed by Budd Boetticher.|
With Randolph Scott and Karen Steele.
One of Boetticher’s sly Randolph Scott Westerns, about a bounty hunter who acquires
odd companions along the way.
|Nov 04||*FLOATING CLOUDS, JAPAN, 1955, 118 mins. Directed by Mikio Naruse.|
Naruse’s masterpiece: a very wry love story as mismatched lovers try to overcome
their complex differences.
|Nov 11||*THE ASPHALT JUNGLE, USA, 1950, 112 mins. Directed by John Huston.|
With Sterling Hayden, Louis Calhern and Marilyn Monroe.
A gang of thieves, a tough gunsel, a shifty lawyer, and Marilyn Monroe as a doxy;
how many things can go wrong?
|Nov 18||ACE IN THE HOLE, USA, 1951, 111 mins. Directed by Billy Wilder.|
With Kirk Douglas and Jan Stirling.
Wilder’s sly take on all the things that can go wrong as amoral reporter Douglas’
investigation of a story gets wilder.
|Nov 25||HALLELUJAH, USA, 1929, 100 mins. Directed by King Vidor.|
The first Hollywood film to feature an all-black cast as poor cotton farmer Zeke
follows a girl’s temptation and falls into all manner of problems, until religion
provides salvation – for awhile.