Cinema: Apr. 7, 1961

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. A brilliant newcomer, Albert Finney, in a fine British film: a loud, hilarious belch of protest from Britain's working class.

A Raisin in the Sun. A rhetorical but affecting film translation of Lorraine Hansberry's play about Negro life in a Northern ghetto.

Shadows. John Cassavetes' improvised film about Negroes, whites and others in Manhattan is a flawed but significant piece of folk art.

Love and the Frenchwoman (in French). The Old Wave—sophisticated samplings of sex—returns with a cinemanthology of the seven ages of woman.

The Hoodlum Priest. A crude but...

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