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Entirely composed of rare visual and audio archives, "CABARET-BERLIN, THE WILD SCENE" offers an inside view into the Weimar Republic's history (1919-1933) through the eye of the Berlin artistic kabarett scene. The film itself is structured as a cabaret show led off-screen by its Master of Ceremony, German actor and singer Ulrich Tukur. At the end of the day, CABARET-BERLIN, THE WILD SCENE is a film about the birth of modernity.
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Directors: Fabienne Rousso-Lenoir

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Orginal Title: Caberet-Berlin, la scene sauvage

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Length: 70 min

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Cabaret Berlin, The Wild Scene Screening:

  • Sat21May

    at The Horse Hospital

    21 May 2011 8:30 pm

    There is also a Q&A with director
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