20/20 Time Out Magazine No 11 February 1990 John Cale Madonna Liam Neeson Satanist symbolism
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20/20 Time Out Magazine No 11 February 1990 John Cale Madonna Liam Neeson Satanist symbolismTime Out 20/20 Magazine No 11 February 1990 contents include
FACE VALUE 16 John Cale bounces back, Malcolm McDowell thinks back, Debra Silverman star-gazes, while Lloyd Cole just navel-gazes. The Labeque sisters ponder pet-care and Bloolips tackle spiritualism.
STATE OF EMERGENCE .. 66 Potent protest art is flourishing in South Africa, despite all attempts by government censors to stamp it out. John Owrid reports on the beautiful and disturbing images emerging from an increasingly isolated country.
SHADOW SYNDICATE 74 The Yakuza permeate every level of Japanese society and make the Mafia look like small fry. Kai Herrmann joins Tokyo's top hoodlums for an chilling insight into the exquisite formality and barely veiled violence of their trade.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS 26 From Ireland Pete Silverton reports from the set of a controversial new movie about the wider implications of the Guildford Four fiasco. Richard Guilliatt cruises the new American mega-malls and meets their eccentric denizens. Sarah Kent bemoans the retrenchment of formerly forward-thinking NY art galleries. and Allen Robertson welcomes exciting Eastern dance traditions to our shores.
GLANT STRIDES 80 After nearly a decade in films Liam Neeson is suddenly hot stuff in Hollywood, with the title role in `The Big Man'. Jean Rafferty provides an offscreen profile of the Gentle Giant whose affable exterior conceals a burning desire for power and success.
THE TWO JAKES 86 The long-awaited sequel to 'Chinatown' has tested friendships to the limit and may yet prove a costly embarrassment to all concerned. Ivor Davies reports from the Hollywood set on a saga which touches on vanity, deception and murder.
DEVIL'S ADVOCATES 44 The age-old allegations about the corrupting influence of rock 'n' roll have resurfaced with a sinister new twist in a crop of US court cases. Louisa Young and Robert Yates investigate the weird world of secret messages, spooky teens and Satanist symbolism.
SOAP DISH 54 Blonde on blond: Paula Yates probes winsome pop phenomenon Jason Donovan and reveals his'penchant for Germolene pink jackets and frilly underwear.
PEN AND DRINK 58 From hard-drinking Hemingway and sozzled F Scott Fitz right through to toping Dylan Thomas, writers have traditionally relied on liquid inspiration. A brace of wordsmiths ponder the hard stuff and its hold on them.
FILM 96 Jesus of Montreal', the Cannes prize-winning satire on modem morality, and the best of the month's new releases reviewed.
VIDEO 102 Kenneth Anger's `Magick Lantern Cycle' and the pick of the month's home viewing.
MUSIC 107 Mainstream debut from American eccentrics They Might Be Giants, plus the best albums of the month reviewed and a round-up of the best gigs around.
CLASSICAL & OPERA 113 Dmitri Hvorostovsky, the dreamboat singer knocks 'em sideways, the pick of the new CD releases plus a selection of the month's new performances.
THEATRE 116 Theatre de Complicite in a chilling Edit Production of Dfirrenmatt's The Visit' and a selection of the month's new shows.
ART 120 The transformational work of sculptress Judith Cowan and the best of the exhibi-tions around the country.
DANCE 124 'Prince of the Pagodas' and countrywide highlights of February's dance calendar. BOOKS 126 The career of cult crime novelist Jim Thompson assessed and all the month's best new books reviewed.
OFFERS 130 Name your favourite bar or café and you could win one of ten luxury weekends for two in a top Parisian hotel.
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