young street hoodlums to box and then they are given a chance to compete against the Russian international team. Unseen at the time ofgoing to press. although Roth is an interesting independent director and Brandauer always a formidable actor. could be a few cuts above its cliched origins.
Glasgow; Cannon Sauchiehall
O Streetwalkin' (18) (Joan Freeman. US. 1984) Melissa Leo. Randall Batinkoff. Dale Midkiff. 85 mins. Familiar road to ruin moralising. as teenage runaway turns to prostitution in the big city and tragedy ensues at the hand of an unscrupulous pimp. The director's background in documentary is evident in the authenticity ofthe street scenes. but a tacky narrative ensures the film remains within the confines ofexploitation. Glasgow; GET
0 Surrealism and Film ( 18) An 82-minute programme. the sixth in the Art In The Cinema series includes some key and some lesser-known works in the surrealist tradition from film-makers including Luis Bunuel. Rene Clair and Joseph Cornell. Edinburgh; Filmhouse
0 Taxi Driver( 18) (Martin Scorsese. US. 1976) Robert DeNiro. Jodie Foster. Harvey Keitel. 114 mins. An alienated taxi driver in New York is so repelled by the squalor and moral decay around him that he is driven to terrible violence. A searing portrait ofan inarticulate individual trying to come to terms with and change for the better the running sewer ofhis experience. One of the key films of the Seventies. Edinburgh; Cameo
0 Tenue de Soiree (Evening Dress) (18) 1’: (Bertrand Blier. France. 1986) Gerard Depardieu. Michel Blane. Miou-Miou. 85 mins. See panel. Edinburgh; Filmhouse
o The Three Amigos (PG) «5: (John Landis. US. 1986) Chevy Chase. Steve Martin. Martin Short. Patrice Martinez. 105 mins. See panel. Glasgow; ()deon. Edinburgh: ()deon
0 La Triche (Yannick Bellon. France. 1984) Victor. Valerie Mairesse. Annie Duperey. A disillusioned Police inspector. unhappy in his marriage and his job. finds his bisexual tendencies aroused by young musician and decides to risk a relationship. Edinburgh; French Institute
0 True Stories (PG) (David Byrne. US. 1986) David Byrne. Spalding Gray. John Goodman. 88mins. Writer/Director/Star and '1 alking Heads frontman Byrne is our guide to the mythical small town of Virgil in Texas where we are introduced to the variously charming and idiosyncratic inhabitants.
A lightly humorous. endearing mosaic of non-narrative fiction that some may find a little too ‘precious‘ for its own good. Glasgow; OFF
0 Welcome (PG) (Elem Klimov.
75 mins. ()nly released after Khruschev's fall from power. Elem Klimov‘s debut feature is a humorous treatment of a tough and independent young boy wreaking
USSR. 1964) Yevgeni Yevstigneyev.
havoc at a Young Pioneers summer camp. As in much ofhis work. the material is not without its political implications. Edinburgh: Filmhouse
0 Working Girls ( 18) (Lizzie Borden. US. 1986) Louise Smith. Deborah Banks. Liz Caldwell. 91 mins. Life in an exclusive Manhattan brothel is regulated by a strict code of practice instigated by an exploitative and manipulative proprietress.
This feminist examination of middle-class prostitution presents the establishment almost as an alternative social structure. It‘s a thesis that has aroused some controversy. but the admirably restrained treatment works in its favour. Glasgow: GET
0 World of Strangers ( 15) (1 lenning Carlson. Denmark. 1961 ) 92 mins. An English publisher. two black friends and an African woman are the key figures in this adaptation of Nadine Gordimer‘s novel examining the colour bar in Johannesburg. Showing with the short documentary You Have Struck A Rock about the 1956 occupation of the South African Government by 20.000 women protesting against the pass laws. Edinburgh; Filmhouse
0 Year of the Dragon (18) (Michael Cimino. US. 1985) Mickey Rourke. John Lone. Ariane. 134 mins. Miscast Rourke‘s uncompromising and obnoxious cop weighs in to sort out the restless natives in Chinatown as ifhe were back in Vietnam. Unpleasant. incoherent and disappointing: a reactionary mess. Glasgow: GFT
Friday 12—Thursday 18
This section gives details of programmes showing at cinemas in central Scotland overthe next week. Readers are advised that programmes may be subject to late change at any time.
Cinemas operating a family discount scheme allow an adult accompanying a child to ‘U‘ and ‘PG’ certificate programmes to gain admission for the same price as the child up to 6pm.
O CANNON Clarkston Road. Muirend. 637 2641 . £2.000AP£1. Family discount scheme operates. 1. Top Gun (15) 8.40pm; Sat also 3.40pm. Youngblood (15)6.25pm; Sat also 1.25pm.
2. Platoon (15) 5pm. 8pm; Sat also 2pm.
3. Critters ( 15) 5.45pm. 8.45pm; Sat also 2pm.
0 CANNON Sauchiehall Street. 332 1592. £2.50 (£1 .30).
1. The Assassination ( 15) 1.30pm. 3.45pm. 6pm. 8.40pm.
2. Little Shop of Horrors (PG) 1.45pm.
3. Jumpin’ Jack Flash ( 15) 1.45pm. 4.30pm. 8.20pm.
4. Critters ( 15) 1.50pm. 4.05pm. 6.20pm. 9.05pm.
5. Personal Services (18) 1.30pm. 4.45pm. 8.20pm.
0 CANNON GRAND 18 Jamaica Street. 2484620. £2 (£1).
Adult movies. Phone for details.
0 CINEMA Southgate. East Kilbride. 03552 31020. [D] cinema 1. £2 Child/UB40/OAP£1.Closed Mon/Tue.
1. Jumpin' Jack Flash (15)
2. Critters ( 15)
O GROSVENOR Ashton Lane. Hillhead. 339 4298. [D] with prior notification. £2 Child/UB40/Student/OAP£1.20.
1. RaW Deal (18) 3pm. 6pm. 8.45pm. 2. The Mosquito Coast (PG) 2.45pm. 5.45pm. 8.30pm.
0 ODEON FILM CENTRE Renfield Street. 332 8701. Baropen from 5.30pm. Mon—Sat. £2.75 OAP /Child £1.50 UB40/Student concs
£1 .50 available as advertised.
1. Three Amigos (PG) 1.30pm. 3.45pm. 6pm. 8.35pm; Sun 6pm. 8.35pm.
2. The Name of the Rose(18)2.15pm. 5.15pm. 8.15pm; Sun 5.15pm. 8.15pm.
3. Platoon (15)2.45pm.5.30pm. 8.20pm.
0 SALON Vinicombe Street. 339 4256. [D] with advance notification. Matinees. Adult/Child £1 .50 OAP/U840 50p. Evenings. All seats £1 .50.
Stand By Me (15) 2pm. 7.30pm.
GLASGOW FILM THEATRE
Rose Street. 332 6535. Cafe/bar open 30mins prior to evening perf. closes 9pm. [D] on application to box office. [E] Nosmoking. Mats. £1.80 (Student/U B40 £1 . 10). Fri mats.
£1 .30(A|l cones 50p). Evenings. £2.40 (Student/UB40£1 .60). All perfs Child/OAP£1 . 10.
o FRIDAY 12:
Working Girls ( 18) 2.30pm. 6pm. 8.30pm. .
O SATURDAY 13:
The Killing Fields (15) 2pm. Working Girls (18)6pm. 8.30pm.
0 SUNDAY 14:
Eraserhead (18) and Rumbleiish(18) 7pm.
0 MONDAY 15:
Eraserhead (18) and Rumblelish(18) 2pm. 7pm.
0 TUESDAY 16:
Niirnberg Films 6pm. Golden Eighties (15) 8pm.
0 WEDNESDAY 17:
Golden Eighties (15)2.3()pm. Salvador ( 18) 6pm. 8.30pm.
Salvador ( 18) 6pm. 8.30pm.
o FRENCH CINE-CLUB
Studio 1 Cinema. Scottish Council for Educational Technology. 74 Victoria Crescent Road. Dowanhill. Glasgow G 12.
Organised jointly by the French Institute in Scotland and the Alliance Francaise de Glasgow. the club shows films on alternate Fridays. Members£1. non- members£1.50.
Fri 12: Un Drole de Parolssien 7.30pm.
ﬂ LASG I W LATES
O GROSVENOR Ashton Lane. Fri 12/Sat 13:
1. Brazil(15) 11pm.
2. Play ltAgain Sam (PG) and
Casablanca (PG) 11 m. s EDINBURGH CINEMA O CAMEO Home Street. 228 4141. [D] Bar open Mon—Sat 6—1 1.30pm: Sun 6—11pm. Matinees Mon—Fri £1 .20. All other times £2.70.
Prick Up Your Ears ( 18) 2pm (not Sun). 4.30pm. 6.45pm. 9pm.
Sun14: Fitzcarraldo (PG) 1.30pm. See also Edinburgh Laws.
0 CANNON Lothian Road. 229 3030. Bar: Ham—2.30pm. 5—10pm (Mon—Thurs). llani—l 1pm (Fri/Sat). 5—10pm (Sun). [D] cinemas 2 & 3 prior notification advisable. £2.90. £2.50 Child £1.60, £1.50 OAP£1 (before 6pm). Family discount scheme operates.
1. Personal Services ( 18) 2. 15pm.
5. 15pm. 8. 15pm; Sun 5. 15pm. 8.15pm.
2. Assassination (15) 2.30pm. 5.30pm. 8.30pm; Sun 5.30pm. 8.30pm.
Not showingThurs 18: Duet For One (15) (One day only).
3. Critters ( 15) 2.30pm. 5.30pm. 8.30pm: Sun 5.30pm. 8.30pm.
0 DOMINION Newbattle Terrace. 447 2660. Rest 10am—2pm & 6—1 1pm (Mon-Fri). 10am—1 1pm (Sat). Bar 12—2.30pm. 6—10pm (Mon—Sat). Cinema not open Sun. £2.50. £2.20. Child £1 .20()AP £1 UB40/Students £1.20. (allperfs except evng perfs in cinema 3).
1. Crocodile Dundee (15) 2. 15pm. 5.15pm.8.15pm.
2. 84 Charing Cross Road (U) 2.30pm. 5.30pm. 8.30pm.
3. Room With AView (PG) 2pm. 5pm. 8pm.
0 ODEON Clerk Street. 667 7331. Bar 6—9pm. Partial wheelchair access. Tickets £2 (concs £1 .50) for performances commencing before 6pm. Tickets £2.70 (cones £2) for perfs commencing after6pm.
1. The Three Amigos (PG) 2. 15pm. 6pm. 8.30pm; Sun 6pm. 8.30pm.
2. Platoon ( 15) 2pm. 5.30pm.
8. 15pm; Sun 5.30pm. 8. 15pm.
3. The Name of the Rose ( 18) 2.35pm. 5. 10pm. 8pm (exc'l'hurs): Sun 5.10pm.8pm.
Thurs 18: Preview of Evil Dead ll: Dead By Dawn (18) 8.30pm. All tickets
O PLAYHOUSE Leith Walk. 557 2590. [D] £2 UB40/Student/Child £1. OAP 10p.
No film listings this issue.
Lothian Road. 228 2688. Bar (Mon—Sat. noon—1 1pm. Sun
630—] 1pm) Rest (Mon—Sat. noon—9pm). [E]
Matinees £1 .20 (concs 75p): Early evgs £2 (cones £1 .50): Main evgs and Double Bills £2.30 bookable in advance. No concessions on Sats.
O FRIDAY 12:
1. Kiss of the Spiderwoman (15) 2.30pm. The Green Bay (PG) 6.30pm. 8.45pm.
2. Duai Des Brumes (PG) 2.45pm. Kiss of the Spiderwoman ( 15) 5.45pm, 8.15pm.
16The List 12-25June