Cinema: Mar. 2, 1962

The Night. Marriage without love and life without meaning are examined with talent, intelligence and despair by Michelangelo Antonioni (L'Avventura), whose text might be taken from St. Paul: "For as in Adam all die. . ."

Victim. An entertaining but tendentious thriller that illustrates a shocking statistic: in nine out of ten cases of blackmail in Britain, the victim is a homosexual. Not for the kiddies.

Sail a Crooked Ship. The last movie made by the late Ernie Kovacs is a sort of shaggy seadog story in which Comedian Kovacs plays "a...

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