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I admit, Cabaret has been one of the formative films of my youth. I saw it for the first time when around eight or nine and was transfixed by the film itself, initially; my interest then broadened to Weimar culture, pre-WWII Europe, and Dada. Given my fondness for the classic it is surprising that I found this tribute-allusion charming. Perhaps it is the way the singer's body language is reminiscent of Liza's:


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