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August 5, 1990 | Kevin Thomas
Louis Malle's 1987 film is a wonderful companion piece to "Lacombe, Lucien," his 1973 drama of life under the Nazi occupation. In this superb semi-autobiographical film, a tale of innocence and betrayal set in a French provincial Catholic boarding school, Malle's grand, understated strategy reveals anti-Semitism deeply embedded in the society's social fabric. So flawless and overwhelming is "Au Revoir" that it is tempting to call it Malle's masterpiece.
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November 24, 2010
EVENTS Jay Levin at "Thanks for Giving" LA Weekly founder and former editor Jay Levin addresses a public gathering on Thanksgiving Eve coordinated by Activist Support Circle, an organization dedicated to providing affirmation and support to progressively minded reform-seekers who may have grown discouraged. Levin himself is the creator of the nonprofit anti-poverty group Community Media Project / Share With Other LA. Friends Meeting Hall , 1440 Harvard St., Santa Monica.
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May 14, 1993 | MICHAEL WILMINGTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Some movies sneak up on you. Some bowl you over. "Posse" (citywide) is definitely in the second category: a big, rousing, hip-hopping, trash-talking, dynamite-lobbing, all-stops-out, rock-the-house comic/epic Western that comes at you with both guns blazing and barely lets up for a second.
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April 25, 2014 | By Joe Flint
After the coffee. Before finding out why I'm not hosting the Emmys. The Skinny: It is never fun giving a cat medicine. Try giving your cat three different doses if you really want frustration. I'm pretty sure Skinny isn't enjoying it either. Today's roundup includes the weekend box office preview. Also, lots of debate over the FCC's proposed new Net neutrality rules, and Seth Meyers will host this year's Emmy Awards. Have a great weekend. Daily Dose: Aside from consumer groups and media watchdogs, Netflix has emerged as the most vocal opponent of Comcast's proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable.
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October 10, 2013 | By Sheri Linden
How do you represent a hundred years of a nation's moviemaking, especially when the country is one as vast and complex as China? In what it's calling a "preliminary" sampling, the UCLA Film & Television Archive is offering Angelenos the chance to experience a striking array of selections of Chinese cinema, from the silent gems of Shanghai's Golden Age to recently unearthed midcentury satires and more familiar art-house hits such as 2000's "In the...
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