Time Out Magazine No 1003 1989 Stone Roses Ossie Ardiles Football Geena Davis

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Time Out Magazine No 1003 1989 Stone Roses Ossie Ardiles Football Geena Davis
Time Out MAGAZINE No 1003 1989 features Geena Davis on cover and 3 page article/interview , Stone Roses full page article, Ossie Ardiles Football 2 page article. YOUNG BLOOD For London's young homeless, life on the streets, in squats, on the game, can be brutal and even deadly. Denis Campbell investigates. MAC ATTACK William Mcllvanney's novel, 'Big Man', the story of a Scottish miner turned bare- knuckle fighter, is currently filming in Glasgow with a starry cast. Steve Grant met him on location. Jim Jarmusch, cult director of 'Stranger Than Paradise' and 'Down By Iaw is back Geoff Andrew hears how his new comedy whodunnit has Ssreamin' Jay Hawkins running a Memphis hotel, Joe Strummer on the loose with a gun and Waits on the soundtrack. LOVING THE ALIEN Having gone for Jeff Goldblum's Fly, Geena Davis is romancing his furry blue alien in Julien Temple's 'Earth Girls Are Easy'. Now. married, with chicken, they tell Johanna Schneller they're as inseparable off screen as on. REINER GOLD Rob Reiner's romantic comedy 'When Harry Met Sally', which has had a succes fou in the States, explores the laws of desire. Here he explains to Geoff Andrew about primal impulses, on-screen nudity and death, and how he has finally exorcised the need to beat his father. READERS' FILM POLL Your top 100 favourite movies; we showed you ours, now you show us yours. ROBSON'S CHOICE Next week, at Wembley Stadium, England meet Italy in the first of several warm- up matches before next year's World Cup finals. Geoff Brown and Ossie Ardiles assess our chances. STONE FREE Mancunian band Stone Roses, the embodiment of live acid house, are unashamedly druggy and arrogant. But Mai Peachey can't stop dancing.

To this day Time Out magazine continues to provide information to make the most of living in London – from comedy nights, art galleries, classic clubs and old-school caffs to shops & markets, film houses, theaters, pubs & bars, small music gigs, concerts, clubs, cabaret, poetry readings etc. Time Out London magazine covers just about everything happening in London at the time of issue. Vg condition with minor creasing to cover. Perfect readable copy. Our Ref: Back Issues Box 2

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