Hot Spell. A tragedy of family life, sensitively interpreted by Director Daniel Mann and a talented cast: Shirley Booth, Anthony Quinn, Shirley MacLaine (TIME, June 23).
This Angry Age. A strong but uneven picture, derived from The Sea Wall, a memorable novel about French pioneers in Indo-China; with Anthony Perkins and Jo Van Fleet (TIME, June 9).
Gigi. Colette's slender novelette, larded up with production values and brought forth as a big fat musical; but the show is saved by Cecil Beaton's fruitily fin desiècle sets and costumesa cinemuseum of exquisite eyesores (TIME, May 19).
Rouge et Noir. The edge of Stendhal's satire...