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Week of July 9, 2003

Ali: Fear Eats the Soul. Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Two lonely hearts -- Emmi, a middle-aged working class woman, and Ali, an Arab guest worker -- fall in love and decide to get married. At first, everybody's against them. Then, when others accept the relationship, they grow unsure of their love. Screens at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 12, in Moore Auditorium, Webster Hall, 470 East Lockwood Avenue. NR

Effi Briest. Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Based on the nineteenth-century German novel, Effi Briest tells the story of a radiant beauty who is married to a much older Prussian diplomat who takes her to a Baltic port where she drifts into an affair with a local womanizer. The consequences manifest themselves six years later. Screens at 8 p.m. Friday, July 11, in Moore Auditorium, Webster Hall, 470 East Lockwood Avenue. NR

Fox and His Friends. Rainer Werner Fassbinder. A carnival worker known as Fox is at loose ends when his lover's arrested and his booth is closed. Hard up for cash, Fox lets himself be picked up at a public lavatory by an older man named Max. When Fox wins the lottery, Max's friends become Fox's friends. Screens at 8 p.m. Sunday, July 13, in Moore Auditorium, Webster Hall, 470 East Lockwood Avenue. NR

Movie in the Park. Stuart Little 2 screens at 9 p.m. Friday, July 11, in Wehner Park in Shrewsbury. Free. For info, call 314-647-1003. NR

Summer Movie Series for Kids. Stuart Little 2 screens at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 16, in the Student Center of St. Louis Community College, Florissant Valley, 3400 Pershall Road. For info, call 314-595-4358 or 314-595-4294. NR

Saboteur. Alfred Hitchcock. Robert Cummings plays the role of a wrongfully accused man who embarks on a cross-country journey to clear his name. First in a weekly series celebrating Hitchcock's films. Screens at 7 p.m. Friday, July 11, at the St. Louis Art Museum, 1 Fine Arts Drive in Forest Park. NR

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