CINEMA: Time Listings, Jun. 13, 1960

The Apartment. This funniest Hollywood comedy since Some Like It Hot (made by the same duet: Producer-Director Billy Wilder and Writer I.A.L. Diamond) packs a sharp moral without stooping to moralizing, as it traces the rise of an organization man (Jack Lemmon) who turns his Manhattan apartment into a walk-up tourist cabin for his lecherous bosses.

The Savage Eye. Plunging into the garbage-choked stream of neurotic consciousness, the camera eye follows a Los Angeles divorcee's futile quest for love, savagely exposes her mind's myths but forgets to respond to her heart.

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