Cinema: May 25, 1962

Joan of the Angels? Made in Poland and based loosely on the case of the erotic nuns of Loudun in 17th century France, this picture is a nearly successful work of art, relentlessly ambiguous, ultimately confusing, but strong and moving.

A Taste of Honey. Shelagh Delaney, Britain's angry young ma'am, tells a story of the Lancashire slums with concussive humor, dramatic drive, and a melancholy flair for the poetry of wasted lives.

Jules and Jim. Two young men and a girl love, laugh and write poetry in Paris 50 years ago, in a film...

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