Time Listings: CINEMA

Middle of the Night. The tortured romance between an aging, lonely widower (Fredric March) and a girl young enough to be his daughter (Kim Novak), in a brilliant screen version by Director Delbert (Marty) Mann, emerges as the best of Playwright Paddy Chayefsky's odes to the commonplace.

Street of Shame (Japanese). A study of prostitution in Japan, made by the late Kenji Mizoguchi (Ugetsu) in a mood that merges Dickens and modern documentary.

The Rabbit Trap. A gentle little tract for the times that describes how a yes man learned to say no....

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