CINEMA: Time Listings, Jan. 4, 1960

Black Orpheus (French). Winner of the 1959 Grand Prix at Cannes, this wildly beautiful adaptation of the old legend is made new and vital by an unknown cast, the brilliant direction of Marcel Camus and a Brazilian tropical background.

The 400 Blows (French). Director François Truffaut has turned the story of a small boy's desperate attempt to escape from the heartsick world of his parents into a stunning metaphor for modern man trapped in the society he has fashioned.

Ben-Hur. Director William Wyler's $15 million film version of Major General Lew Wallace's Biblical...

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