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The Scroll

No. 60: Cabaret

This is what life is

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1972, dir. Bob Fosse. Cabaret’s a movie about Nazis whose chief storyteller is Joel Grey, with songs by Kander and Ebb and a subplot about German Jews in love. Weimar doesn’t get much sexier.

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And one of the rare times the movie is better than the play (and arguably the book). PLUS an iconic fashion movie.


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No. 60: Cabaret

This is what life is

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