Time Out Magazine No 1326 1996 January 17-24 Pedro Almodovar Simon Callow De Niro & Al Pacino
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Time Out Magazine No 1326 1996 January 17-24 Pedro Almodovar Simon Callow De Niro & Al PacinoTime Out MAGAZINE No 976 1989 features
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4 Clown and country: Russian jester Slava Polunin. London Lives: Armourer Simon Atherton. Dispatches: Cairns. Australia's jellyfish capital. Plus: Natural-gas cars. Andrew Mosby goes ghostbusting, plus all the usual scoops and snoops from Sidelines. Edited by James Christopher.
10 Haven for everyone: Is London's reputation as a sanctuary for political exiles in tatters following the Government's decision to expel Saudi dissident Dr Muhammed al-Mas'ari? Anthony Middleton reports. Plus: Manifesto. Fast & Loose. and all the week's news.
p22 Who's next for the express elevator to musical stardom?
16 De Niro and Pacino feel the 'Heat' 'Heat', starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, has been called the best Hollywood crime thriller since 'Once Upon a Time in America'. Geoff Andrew talks to its director. Michael Mann, and piles on the plaudits. 18 Simon Callow Simon Callow has acted in everything from Shakespeare to 'Four Weddings and a Funeral' and written a biography of Orson Welles. Now he's adapting the film 'Les Enfants du Paradis' for the stage. Steve Grant finds out more. 20 Almodovar's new muse In Pedro AlmodOvar's new film, 'The Flower of My Secret', Marisa Paredes plays a pulp-romance novelist on the verge of a life change and nervous breakdown. Peter Paphides meets the stirring but not shaken Spanish diva. 22 Class of '96 To kick off our new bands special, Laura Lee Davies talks cabaret and DIY record distribution with lo-fi Sheffield charmers Baby Bird. Then Garry Mulholland and Peter Paphides round up this year's rising stars and ask them odd questions. And then we preview eagerly awaited new albums from the likes of George Michael, Pet Shop Boys and Ornette Coleman. Phew!
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Amsterdam guide With everything from art galleries to strip shows and druggy coffeeshops, Amsterdam is the world's most easy-going city. Make it a trip to remember with our guide to the Dutch capital. 36 Shop talk All the latest sales and bargains. plus a saunter down Webbs Road, clothes with doggies on them, and hairdresser Paul Burfoot explains his new look. 41 Food Caroline Stacey takes a gastronomic world tour without leaving London. 43 International agenda Next week's highlights in the world's other cities. 44 This Week Brian Case on the rise and fall of pop music (p51); Geoff Andrew talks to Anthony Waller (p66); Andrew Shields steps into the ring with Gladiator Jet (p124). 44 Around Town/Visitors 47 Art 51 Books/Poetry 53 Children 55 Clubs 59 Comedy 64 Dance 66 Film 95 Gay 100 Music: Rock 118 Music: Places 119 Music: Classical/Opera 122 Politics 122 Sport/Mind & body 125 Student London 126 Theatre 138 Classifieds Ads to your life. 153 Time In Gossip, Aerial Views, Cinefile and all the week's highlights. 156 Day-by-day guide 170 Cable & Satellite 172 Video/Games/Techno 174 Radio 177 Offers Win a fabulous luxury trip to Hong Kong; see Lee Evans for free, or get yourself on the guest list at the NME Brat Awards.
178 Last Word Letters and The Wimp.
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