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Cabaret

Poland, 1985 (MIFF 1988, Experimental)

Director: Andrzej Baranski

While attempting to utilise the conventions of cabaret, Cabaret juxtaposes the social and economic conditions of Germany under the Third Reich, and the stylistics of popular cultures at the time.

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