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Bluffview People (Newspaper) - October 22, 2004, Dallas, Texas Weekend 6A I OCTOBER 22 2004 PEOPLE The Movies Film Review Director Andrej Trojan Starring Anna Gyorgy Cserhalmi and Jaroslava Adamova R 150 min Grade Landmark Inwood In this sweeping epic from Czechoslovakia director Andrej Trojan brings to life the story of a woman who must reinvent her identity A Sale This Cant Last Forever 2 Weeks Left FURNITURE Fine Quality Furniture Accessories Oriental Rugs 114 Preston Royal Shopping Dallas NE Corner of Preston Rd Royal Ln FREEWAY COVINS STORE HOURS THURS 109 FRI 106 SAT 106 SUN 15 MOM TUES 106 NEW MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY ALL AT FANTASTIC SAVINGS Use Cash Check or Credit Cards ALL ACCESSORIES NOW TAKE 20 TAGGED PRICE SAVE 50 60 OFF EVERYDAY LOW PRICES BRING MEASUREMENTS SPECIAL ORDERS ACCEPTED AT DISCOUNT PRICES DELIVERY AND FINANCING AVAILABLE SALES FINAL I Prior Sales Excluded 10 J and gain acceptance info an entirely different life in order to stay Based on an autobiographical la by set in breathtaking mountain regions amid the horrors of WWII The story focuses on the struggles of Eliska Ana a cos young woman with ambitions to be a doctor Her medical school studies have been interrupted by the closure of the universities in Czechoslovakia and she now works as a nurse at the local hospital while covertly par in the resistance movement Not long after Eliska and her surgeon lover help save the life of an injured moun tain woodworker named Joza Gyorgy Eliska is told that her lover has left the country and she must hide under a new identity In a matter of days Eliska loses her lover her home her job even her name and the Gestapo is on her trail Joza agrees to hide Eliska with him in the mountains and she reluctantly begins a rugged new life taking the name of Hana To be accepted by his village she must marry Joza and the scenes of Hana and wedding celebra tion offer layer upon layer of character study as the vil lagers turn out to celebrate the event Perhaps more than any other sequence in this excel lent film these revealing scenes of the new world must inhabit offer a brilliantly textured mix of direction raphy superb acting and finely drawn characters Masquerading as Hana Eliska is thrust into the midst of a rural way of life with no frame of reference and she remains lost until her medical talents her true identity come into use Her growing friendships her acceptance in the often violent community the terrifying abusive visits from soldiers and her ulti mate love of Joza make the unfolding story absorbing if not always easy to watch Every performance in this film is a winner but be fore warned at 150 minutes the running time is a bit long although the characters and scenery linger in your thoughts long afterward Judge Bob Frost A Lifetime of Experience Makes a Difference m Incumbent Judge 116th Civil District Court 30 years of Distinguished Trial Practice Endorsed by The Dallas Morning News m The only candidate this race endorsed As Qualified by Committee For A Qualified Judiciary Winner of Dallas Bar Association Preference Poll by m Named Texas Super Lawyer by Texas Monthly Magazine in 2003 David Megan Mandy with Clayton Matt Linda with Peyton Bob Kim with Tatum and Tim Judge Bob Frost Republican Early Voting begins Monday October Election Oaf is Tuesday November Put adv for by te JudiK lioh Campaign Itoh 3419 75205 In with Ilk limits uf Campaign Fairness Ad and die Fair Campaign Act Womens Auxiliary to Childrens Medical Center Dallas introduces a new cookbook Cures for the Common Cuisine Featuring simple gourmet recipes to share with your family and friends during this holiday season All proceeds from the sale of this cookbook will fund lifesaving work at Childrens Medical Center Dallas MEDICAL CENTER Give 32 for the holidays To order complete and return form to address below Please of The Collection Cures for the Common Cuisine cookbooks each add postage and handling for each book Total Ship To Method of Payment Q Please send order to 2777 Stemmons Freeway Suite 1025 Dallas TX 75207 Q Please mail checks payable to Womens Auxiliary to Childrens Medical Q Print credit card information below Q visa ID Master Card Name as it appears on card Signature Card Number Expiration Date Billing Address if different from shipping address Daytime Phone Name Address Name Daytime Phone Address You also can order online al or by calling the Cookbook voice mail at 2 4456837 Group Sales information available upon request
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