The Independent recommends: Film
Wednesday 19 August 1998
ABC Swiss Centre, London WC2 (0171-439 4470) 1.10pm, 3.40pm, 6.10pm, 8.40pm
Another restored classic of French cinema is Jean Eustache's exploration of the confused souls of Parisian Bohemia, La Maman et la Putain. It, too, is presented in a new print, and in the original cut that caused such controversy on its release in 1973. Be warned though: this talky, challenging and passionate film lasts a good four hours.
Sheffield Showroom (0114-279 6066) 7pm
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