CINEMA,TELEVISION,THEATER,BOOKS: Best Reading

CINEMA

Never on Sunday. A rambunctious little politico-philosophical fable about the Virtuous Whore and the Quiet American, who meet and educate each other in an earthy Greek setting. Directed by Jules (He Who Must Die) Dassin and starring Melina Mercouri, Hellenism's latest, triumphant incarnation.

Spartacus. Hollywood has taken the old formula of brawn (Kirk Douglas championing Rome's oppressed) and sex (Jean Simmons swimming in the nude) and added both heart and brain. Thanks to Director Stanley Kubrick, Scenarist Daiton Trumbo and Actors Laurence Olivier, Charles Laughton and Peter Ustinov, Spartacus adds up to...

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