Cinema: Also Showing

Avocate d' Amour (Raoul Ploquin). Last French picture made by Danielle Darrieux, exhibiting moderately amusing Gallic aspects of the problem of marriage v. career.

Juvenile Court (Columbia). Further data on slum children, with Paul Kelly as benefactor-in-chief to a gang of young roughnecks led by Frankie Darro.

The Edge of the World (Joe Rock). Documentary treatment of life on the bare, spray-soaked Scotch island of Foula, proving again, with superb views of Foula's cliff-scrambling denizens, that human existence is most photogenic where it is least cosy.


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