Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Jan. 10, 1955

Romeo and Juliet. Never has Shakespeare's love poem been so splendidly set —among the Renaissance remains of Venice, Verona, Siena; with Laurence Harvey and Susan Shentall (TIME, Dec. 20).

The Country Girl. A slickly made story (by Clifford Odets) about a Broadway has-been (Bing Crosby), his bitter wife (Grace Kelly) and a cynical director (William Holden) who tries to pull them apart (TIME, Dec. 13).

The Heart of the Matter. Graham Greene's novel, a passionate choral on the themes of sin and salvation, is rearranged into something more like Mad Dogs and Englishmen; Trevor...

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