Cinema, Television, Theater: May 17, 1963

Two Daughters. The camera of India's Satyajit Ray speaks a universal language in this gentle and witty two-part film. The Postmaster tells of the touching relationship between a backwoods postmaster and a ten-year-old girl who is his servant; The Conclusion is a comedy about a reluctant bride, ardent groom and spoiled mother. With minor changes of script, Two Daughters could have been made in rural Louisiana. The Third Lover. Equally understandable is Claude Chabrol's latest film, a chilling story about a self-centered young man whose envy...

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