The Year's Ten Best
From its year-long guide to what's going in books, theater, cinema, records and television, TIME takes a backward look at 1962's ten best in each field.
David and Lisa. The most deeply moving U.S. movie of 1962: a dramatized case history, made by cinema beginners for less than $200,000, that sensitively describes the problems of a schizophrenic girl (Janet Margolin) and an obsessive-compulsive boy (Keir Dullea).
DivorceItalian Style. Director Pietro Germi and Actor Marcello Mastroianni, in the year's most hilarious comedy of bad manners, slyly rattle one of the...