Cabaret (film) Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Cabaret (film).

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  • 6 Literature Criticisms
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Essays & Analysis (7)

338 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Roger Greenspun "Cabaret" is not so much a movie musical as it is a movie with a lot of music in it…. Fosse's approach has been not to open up but rather ... Read more
569 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Pauline Kael Cabaret is a great movie musical, made, miraculously, without compromises. It's miraculous because the material is hard and unsentimental, and until now there has... Read more
270 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by Stanley Kauffmann [Fosse] has handled Cabaret like a smart Broadway musical director: always bright, always intent—not on authenticity but on keeping one step ahead of the aud... Read more
377 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Colin L. Westerbeck, Jr. Cabaret is ultimately pretty weak schnapps. It takes the Berlin of the 1930's—the Berlin of George Grosz cartoons and Christopher Isherwood sto... Read more
155 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by David Brudnoy Cabaret is superb drama enriched by music, not a "musical" padded with the usual tacked-on, hoked-up plot. While its story centers on an American showbiz-... Read more
202 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by Joe Blades What one remembers from [Cabaret] are the visual elements: (1) the touching moment in which Fritz hides his frayed cuffs from Natalia; (2) Joel Grey's garish makeup... Read more
530 words, approx. 2 pages
When something is created it is a given that it will be picked apart, dismantled, will evolve into something even greater. It has become the norm in film-making to play by these rules of deformation... Read more