THEATER: On Broadway, may 23, 1960



Hiroshima, Mon Amour. From the ashes of Hiroshima and the revivifying love of a French actress and a Japanese architect, Director Alain Resnais has woven the acknowledged masterpiece of the New Wave in French cinema—a film that is part elegy, part spring song.

Flame Over India. An ingenious scriptwriter tricks out a trek through the rebellious India of 1905 with such assorted jaws of death, nicks of time, and ours-not-to-reason-why, that the eastern may become as popular as the western.

PoHyanna. Walt Disney's best live-actor movie to date sticks to the original...

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