Time Out Magazine No 1382 1997 February 12-19 Julie Christie Jan Svankmajer Nicole Kidman
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Time Out Magazine No 1382 1997 February 12-19 Julie Christie Jan Svankmajer Nicole KidmanTime Out MAGAZINE No 1382 1997 features Valentine cover....Contents as follows.
February 12 -19
4 Hunter and the game: 'Fear and Loathing' — the album. Place your bets: Which celebs will marry in '97? Dispatches: Underwater weddings in Florida. Plus: Rose rage, Andrew Mosbygets loved up, and Sidelines stuffed so full of gossip they're liable to explode and leave your trousers a steaming mass of goo. Edited by Linton Chiswick.
10 Dust to dust: Just how dangerous is asbestos? Tony Thompson examines new evidence that the fire-proof substance may not be so life-threatening after all. Plus: Fast and Loose, and all the week's news.
14 Julie Christie She seduced a generation in 'Dr Zhivago' and 'Darling'. Now the '60s icon is playing Kenneth Branagh's mother in the actor/director's four-hour film of 'Hamlet'. Brian Case reminisces with his one-time housemate.
18 Jan Svankmajer In a special manifesto, the Czech surrealist film-maker shows us his masturbation machine and explains the premise behind his new film, 'Conspirators of Pleasure'. 22 Nicole Kidman and Jane Campion After treading water in mainstream Hollywood fare like 'Batman Forever', Nicole Kidman has taken a step to the left in Jane Campion's 'Portrait of a Lady'. GeoffAndrewmeets them. 26 The dating game Becoming a contestant on a TV dating show isn't as hard as you might think. Just ask Michael Booth.
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