Elmer Gantry. Sinclair Lewis' notorious 1927 novel about a conman of religion is in many ways better on the screen than it was as a book. Burt Lancaster, Jean Simmons and Arthur Kennedy are surrounded by the rich, authentic flavor of tent-show evangelism.
Psycho. Hitchcock's latest, though sometimes heavyhanded, is still a highly effective Grand Guignol show.
Hiroshima, Mon Amour. (French). A poetic, sometimes slow depiction of Hiroshima as a Calvary of the Atomic Age, where the heroine is reborn through love.
The Apartment. The riotous plight of a junior executive whose too-convenient...