Cabaret (1972) Film Review

Cabaret
DIRECTOR: Bob Fosse
BOTTOM LINE:  Based on the 1966 Broadway musical “Cabaret” by Kander and Ebb which was adapted from Christopher Isherwood’s semi-autobiographical novel “The Berlin Stories” (1945) and the John Van Druten pay “I Am a Camera” which was itself adapted from the same work. With Bob Fosse’s revolutionary choreography and direction and Liza’s stunning performance, this is one of the Best Films of all time. Not forgetting Joel Grey’s irrepressible host at the Kit Kat Club and those amazing Kander and Ebb songs.
POST TITLE: Twenty-Seven Queer Films 1967-1976. Queer Cinema Comes Out.
CATEGORY: My Favorites
SUBCATEGORY: Queer Film
STREAMING: Amazon Prime and Apple TV+

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