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Cabaret

Let's discuss the political milieu in Berlin that inspired 'Cabaret', the film based on Christopher Isherwood's book 'Goodbye to Berlin'... Did the Nazis hate the cabarets in Berlin because they were mostly Jewish-owned? Weren't ordinary Germans, even those with Nazi leanings, more sexually expressive back then? For comparison, was the cabaret scene in Berlin really more decadent than Paris or NYC?


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