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The Gazette from Montreal, Quebec, Canada • Page 41

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this discussion participation course at THOMAS MORE INSTITUTE 3421 Drummond St. takes you to 9 English and 9 French plays, in Montreal, which you will discuss at six sessions at the Institute everything on Wednesday evenings over 24 weeks 933-4046 1216 Greene Ave. OHMAN'S. Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. Subscription: $30 Students: $12 (age 22 under) Men are welcome as regular or student subscribers Contact: Ladies' Morning Musical Club 1410 Guy Street.

Suite 32 Tel 932 6796 489 2524 McGILL CHAMBER ORCHESTRA GALA CONCERT Ron Howard and dad perpetrate 'Grand Theft 'Casanova' gamey Conductor: ALEXANOER BROTT for particulars and your brochure, please tel. 842-5076 UK Soloist: Morton-Master, pianos Gerald Wheeler, organ CONTINENTAL BATHS MONTREAL FOR MEN ONLY Open 24 hrs. Heated Swimming Pool Whirlpool Dry Sauna Steamroom Fully equipped Gym. Recreation room Sunroom. 24 hrt.

restaurant $1.00 OFF with this ad 458 lagauchetiera 871-8341 Narrator: Mignon Elkins Haendel Haydn Saint-Saerti Ravel Bartok "Coocoo and the Nightingale" "Symphony No. 82 "The Bear" "Carnival of the Animals" "Mother Goose" "The Dance of the Bears" Tickets: S6.50 International Muic Ston Montreal Trust, P.V.M. Monday evening, October 3, 8:15 P.M. Know your sports. Read The Gazette first thing (Information 935-4955) every morning.

For home delivery, call: 878-1821. From Montreal 6 to 10 a.m. A THE FHJWER SELF-SERVE, CASH'NCARRY Start vour dav right with trie Friesen. From Monday to Frid.iv, his toast to coast show will be broadcast from the Maison dc Radio-Canada in Montreal. Guests will include: I ouis O'Neill, Minister of Cultural Affairs and Communications.

Charles Dutoit, new conductor of the Montreal Svmphonv Orchestra. Violonist loseph Suk. Varda, in town for the festival, mentioned that no producers would touch her film because of the subject matter. She thus produced it herself, and says it received strong acclaim in Paris. It opens next Friday at Le Parisien in French.

A couple of years ago, Steven Spielberg made a film called 'Jaws' which evoked terror both at the theatres and at the beaches and earned bundles of money. Since then, there have been innumerable attempts to duplicate this terror and, more importantly, the box office bundles. However, there are just so many ways to scale a fish; and the copies have been increasingly worse while the profits have been diminishing. From that well worn mould comes a giantic octopus (driven berserk by high frequency radio signals! wreaking havoc on the California coast in a lamentable film called 'Tentacles'. More lamentable than this snacking squid is watching Shelley Winters, John Huston and Henry Fonda earn a iiving by going through the motions in their respective roles.

For your own peace of mind, the monster octopus is chewed to death by a pair of domesticated killer whales but that's another story, and you don't This Week's Specials: DRACEANA WARNECKI (Reg. $35.00) NOW: 17 Split-leaf PHILODENDRON on bark (Reg. $50.00) NOW: 24 WATCH FOR DAILY DISCOUNTS from 10 to 50 We've moved 93.5 McKENNA GOTE DES NEIGES 4509 COTE DES NEIGES, MONTREAL ri. Ville Marie, Fairview Pte. Dorval Gardens, Centre Laval "a touch of the old in touch with the new" 10 By BILL BROWNSTEIN for The Gazette Le Festival International du Film, Montreal's fourth film festival in two months, got under way Thursday night on a fine note with Luigi Comencini's 'Casanova, un adolescent a Vin-ise'.

With director Comencini in attendance, the audience reacted warmly to this gamey version of Casanova as a boy and as a young man. Unlike Fellini's 'Casanova' where the libertine was debunked in the harshest of manners, Comencini attempts neither to glorify nor put down young Giacomo Casanova, but merely to depict him as a product of decadent 18th Century Venice. As a period piece, the film offers excellent insight on the manners of the noble and not so noble Venetians. The sets are flawlessly reconstructed. As was the case with so many of the films showcased at the various festivals, this one was made in 1969, and has only recently been picked up by North American distributors.

It would be released shortly Agnes Varda was making films from a woman's point of view long before the Feminist Movement became popular. It is unfortunate that in her latest fiim, 'L'une chante, autre pas' (which was screened last night at the Outremont as part of the festival), she seems to be reverting to the cliches and stereotypes expected in women's films by lesser directors. What is regrettable is that Varda obviously knows how to make films. 'L'une chante, l'autre pas' is well constructed and beautifully photographed, however, all this is lost in the one dimensional characterization. Valerie Mairesse, as one ot the principals, is quite impressive; but Therese Liotard, the other lead, comes across more as a mannequin, which obvious-lv isn't intended.

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