Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Dec. 23, 1957

Ordet. A religious allegory, swathed in a cool northland light, by Denmark's Carl (Day of Wrath) Dreyer (TIME, Dec. 16).

Paths of Glory. A passion out of fashion, antimilitarism, vented by a gifted new director, 29-year-old Stanley Kubrick (TIME, Dec. 9).

Don't Go Near the Water. A daffy piece of South Pacifiction, based on William Brinkley's novel about some officers and men engaged in the Navy's public relations—and their own private affairs (TIME, Nov. 25).

Gervaise. Emile Zola's L'Assommoir, a vast cry of rage at man's fate, diminished by French taste into a touching story of a woman's ruin; with Maria Schell (TIME, Nov....

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