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Cabaret
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Liza Minnelli Liza Minnelli
Sally Bowles
Michael York Michael York
Brian Roberts
Helmut Griem Helmut Griem
Maximilian von Heune
Joel Grey Joel Grey
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Fritz Wendel
Marisa Berenson Marisa Berenson
Natalia Landauer
Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel
Fraulein Schneider
Helen Vita Helen Vita
Fraulein Kost


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Academy award winner

8 years, 7 months ago at Apr 27 23:44
1 vote
The score, the acting (Liza Minnelli's!) and the direction by Bob Fosse...
A winner of 8 - that's right 8 - Academy Awards, it must have done something right!

Cabaret

8 months, 2 weeks ago at Mar 28 14:51
1 vote
I came across Cabaret the first time at a highly formative time in my life. I was around 11 or 12, and I found it on cable. Clearly, I didn’t understand every single nuance, yet the content spoke to me on a very deep level. As time has gone on, Cabaret has only solidified in my mind as the obvious choice for greatest movie musical ever made.   This isn’t your typical musical, as it takes pl... read more

A good movie

3 years, 8 months ago at Mar 30 15:09
1 vote
To be honest, I'm not a huge of musicals but, still, I try to remain open-minded and, like any other genre, if you watch the very best of them, there is a good chance they will be something you like about them. So, indeed, I thought it was pretty good, even if I wasn't completely blown away. Basically, it was Bob Fosse's 2nd directing effort and it was probably his most successful movie, at least ... read more
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Description: It is the city of Berlin in 1930, a time when political unrest racks the country, the economy has been destroyed and millions of unemployed roam the streets. Enter into this chaos an American cabaret dancer, working at the downtown "Kit-Kat club" where anything goes on the stage. Into this young dancer's life come several characters such as a rich German politician, a young Jewish man struggling with his identity, an Englishman teacher from London and of course the all-knowing, all-seeing Master of Ceremonies. ... (more)
Release date: 13 February 1972
UPC: 012569078529
Tags: Musical (19), Drama (10), 1972 (9), Music (7), 1970s (7), Abortion (7), Germany (6), Dancing (6), Nazi (6), Dance (5), War (5), Cabaret (5), Based On Stage Musical (5), Based On Book (4), Glbt (4), Love (4), 1930s (4), Singing (3), Bisexuality (3), Based On A Stage Musical (3)
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"Joel Grey To understand the greatness of Joel Grey’s performance in Cabaret, one must understand the greatness of Cabaret as a film. As is the case with most great pieces of historical fiction, Cabaret speaks to conditions not only of its subject’s time, but also its creator’s. And so, the first clear image we see in the movie is Joel Grey making eye contact not with the cabaret club audience, but with the film viewer. “Willkommen!” Bob Fosse focused John Kander and Fred Ebb’s stage "


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Cabaret

“I came across Cabaret the first time at a highly formative time in my life. I was around 11 or 12, and I found it on cable. Clearly, I didn’t understand every single nuance, yet the content spoke to me on a very deep level. As time has gone on, Cabaret has only solidified in my mind as the obvious choice for greatest movie musical ever made.   This isn’t your typical musical, as it takes place in a very recognizable real world, with all of the musical numbers mostly kept to the Kit Kat Club, and the various musical numbers providing diegesis commentary. Then there is the ambiguity of the ending, which could almost be read as defiant and hopeful if it weren’t for the pan across the crowd in the finale revealing an audience comprised of Nazi youth.   Taking place at the exact ti” read more


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