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Cabaret film is considered a pinnacle of the genre film adaptation. Director Bob Fosse constructed Cabaret script based on the novel Goodbye to Berlin of Christopher Isherwood. Cabaret earned for Fosse 8 Oscars including Best Director, but lost out on the best movies for 'Godfather'.
Let's just say it: the best thing going in director Bob Fosse's tour de force is Joel Grey. As the Master of Ceremonies at the infamous Berlin Kit-Kat club, Grey steals every scene he's in and makes us hope for more.
Superbly choreographed by Fosse, the cabaret numbers evoke the Berlin of 1931 - city of gaiety and perversion, of champagne and Nazi propaganda - so vividly that only an idiot could fail to perceive that something is rotten in the state of Weimar.