Time Listings: Apr. 6, 1962

Viridiana. Made in Spain on Franco's money but banned in Spain by Franco's decree, this peculiar and powerful film by Luis Bunuel predicts in parable the next Spanish revolution and contains an orphic orgy of Goyesque genius.

Sweet Bird of Youth. Tennessee Williams' Bird was an artistic turkey on Broadway, but as directed by Richard Brooks it makes a noisy and sometimes brilliant peacock of a picture. Paul Newman and Ed Begley are excellent, and Geraldine Page as an aging cinemama blazons a memorable skidmark on the go-away-and-don't-come-back trail.

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