CINEMA: Time Listings, Mar. 16, 1959

The Sins of Rose Bernd (German). A steaming plateful of gravy-and-dumplings naturalism in the grand German manner. Nevertheless, this modernization of a Gerhart Hauptmann play about the horrors of unmarried motherhood is often moving, thanks mostly to an intensely intelligent performance by Maria Schell.

The Perfect Furlough. A frozen Army outpost in the Arctic, with central heating by Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, makes a floe of comic clichés.

The Mistress (Japanese). A beautifully Eastern view of the rise of a fallen woman, who struggles to submit to nature rather than to the...

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