CINEMA: Time Listings, may 30, 1960

The Savage Eye. The eye is the camera, and savage is the word for it as it views the pointless life and loveless love of a Los Angeles divorcee.

Jazz on a Summer's Day. During 85 woolly minutes at the Newport Jazz Festival, first-time Director Bert Stern gives his audience some solid sound, and a way-in view of the way out: Thelonius Monk, Gerry Mulligan and like that.

Hiroshima, Mon Amour. From the ashes of Hiroshima and the revivifying love of a French actress and a Japanese architect, Director Alain Resnais has woven...

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