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Liza Minnelli, Michael York, Helmut Griem, Joel Grey View All


Jay Presson Allen (Screenplay), John Van Druten (Screenplay), Bob Fosse (Director), Joe Masteroff (Screenplay) View All

Release: Feb. 13th, 1972
Runtime: 2 hours, 4 minutes
Inside the Kit Kat Club of 1931 Berlin, starry-eyed singer Sally Bowles and an impish emcee sound the clarion call to decadent fun, while outside a certain political party grows into a brutal force.
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mark f
The film tackles family relationships, the rise of Naziism in early 1930s Germany, sexuality, self-delusion, transplanted people having a difficult time in their new environment, Bob Fosse choreography, whether a woman can stand up to pee, the joys/dangers of a mnage trois, the comparison/contrast ....
We get a musical interlude outside of the cabaret, and it is a performance of a chilling patriotic song ("Tomorrow belongs to us") that rouses the adults and even the children.
He won an Emmy for directing and choreographing the television special Liza with a Z, he won a Tony for directing the Broadway musical Pippin, and blindsided Francis Ford Coppola by winning an Oscar for Best Director for Cabaret, the dazzling 1972 film version, which is Fosse's re-thinking of the 19....