Directed by Bob Fosse / 1972 - Screenplay by Jay Presson Allen - Musical Direction by Ralph Burns - Choreography by Bob Fosse
Cast: Liza Minnelli, Michael York, Joel Grey, Helmut Griem, Fritz Wepper, Marisa Berenson pe
Tracks: Wilkommen - Mein Herr - Maybe This Time - Money, Money - Two Ladies - Sitting Pretty - Tomorrow Belongs to Me - Tiller Girls - Heiraten (Married) - If You Could See Her – Cabaret
The plot: A young Englishman arrives at Berlin and soon becomes lover of an American cabaret singer, Sally Bowles. In the meantime they meet a wealthy German baron with whom they both have sex. There’s also a German gigolo and a rich Jew girl who are pupils of the Englishman, and who fall in love with each other. Curiously it seems that none of the characters realize that the Nazi Party will change their lives forever.
Awards: Oscar for Best Director, Actress (Liza Minnelli), Supporting Actor (Joel Grey), Cinematography, Editing, Art/Set Direction, Musical Adaptation, Sound.
Golden Globe for Best Movie Musical/Comedy, Actress (Liza Minnelli), Supporting Actor (Joel Grey).
BAFTA for Best Movie, Director, Actress (Liza Minnelli), Cinematography, Art Direction, Sound Track, Newcomer (Joel Grey).
David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress (Liza Minnelli). National Board of Review for Best Movie, Director, Supporting Actor (Joel Grey), Supporting Actress (Marisa Berenson). National Society of Film Critics for Best Supporting Actor (Joel Grey). Writers Guild of America for Best Comedy Adapted from Another Medium.
Awards Nominations: Oscar for Best Film, Screenplay (non original). Golden Globe for Best Director, Supporting Actress (Marisa Berenson), Screenplay, Song ("Mein Herr"), Song ("Money, Money"), Most Promising Newcomer (Marisa Berenson). BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress (Marisa Berenson), Screenplay, Editing, Costume