Filmmusical die zich afspeelt in het decadente Berlijn vlak voor de machtsovername door de nazi's.
Rating
All agesAll ages
Title
Cabaret
Director
Bob Fosse
Based on the work of
Christopher Isherwood
Composer
John Kandler
Actor
Liza Minnelli Michael York 1942- Helmut Griem Joel Grey
Language
English
Publisher
Dutch Filmworks, 2005 | Other editions
1 dvd-video
Recording date
1972
Playing time
119 min.
Note
Engels gesproken Ondertiteling: Nederlands Naar Goodbye to Berlin van Christopher Isherwood
EAN
8715664023358

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Amerikaanse musical uit 1972 van choreograaf en regisseur Bob Fosse, met Liza Minnelli, Michael York en Joel Grey (Dancer in the dark). Gebaseerd op verhalen van Christopher Isherwood over Berlijn 1931 voor de machtsovername van de Nazi's. De hoofdpersoon is het Amerikaanse zangeresje Sally Bowles die zingt in de nachtclub Kit Kat Klub. De Speelfilmencyclopedie geeft 3 ½ ster: 'Een boeiende, muzikale film, die dat tijdsbeeld vol anti-semitisme en sociale ontreddering raak weergeeft (...) Schitterende liedjes, o.a.'The moneysong'. Oscarwinnaar Grey is ijzersterk als de conférencier en liedjeszanger van het cabaret, die de diverse film-episodes aan elkaar verbindt. Totaal 8 Oscars, w.o. voor Fosse en Minnelli.' Deze 30th anniversary edition bevat veel leuke extra's zoals herinneringen van de acteurs, The making of en 'The recreation of an era'.

About Bob Fosse

Robert Louis Fosse (; June 23, 1927 – September 23, 1987) was an American dancer, musical-theatre choreographer, actor and theatre and filmmaker. He directed and choreographed musical works on stage and screen, including the stage musicals The Pajama Game (1954), Damn Yankees (1955), How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1961), Sweet Charity (1966), Pippin (1972), Chicago (1975). He is also is known as a filmmaker having directed such films as Sweet Charity (1969), Cabaret (1972), Lenny (1975), and All That Jazz (1979).

Fosse's distinctive style of choreography included turned-in knees and "jazz hands." He is the only person ever to have won Oscar, Emmy, and Tony awards in the same year (1973). He was nominated for four Academy Awards, winning Best Director for Cabaret, and won a record eight Tonys for his choreography, as well as one f…Read more on Wikipedia

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