Kabaret: Designer Wiktor Górka fused sex and politics in a stockinged swastika to promote the 1972 film Cabaret. Set in a 1930s German nightclub, the musical movie reveals Berlin’s bohemian underbelly and the growing shadow cast by the nascent Nazi party.
Cabaret is a 1972 musical film directed by Bob Fosse and starring Liza Minnelli, Michael York and Joel Grey. The film is set in Berlin during the Weimar Republic in 1931, under the ominous presence of the growing National Socialist Party.
Berlin, 1931. As Nazism rises in Germany, flamboyant American Sally Bowles (Liza Minnelli) sings in a decadent nightclub and falls in love with a British language teacher (Michael York)--whom she shares with a homosexual German baron. But Sally's small, carefree, tolerant and fragile cabaret world is about to be crushed under the boot of the Nazis as Berlin becomes a trap from which Sally's German friends will not escape.
Love's Carnival Russian avant-garde cinema poster for a German film Liebeskarneval (Love's Carnival). Starring Carmen Boni, Hans Junkermann and Olga Engl. Produced by Nero-Film AG, Germany in 1928. Stunning image of a green eyed young lady in black tie (tuxedo) with top hat on a black background. Unsigned but in the style of the Stenberg Brothers. Total print 20,000. Restored on Japanese paper. Rip from the centre of the poster. Size 108x60cm. Country Russia Year 1928 Style…
In top hat and tails, Marlene Dietrich has never been more worldly than when she seduces men and women alike with her act at a nightclub in Mogador - and never more womanly than when she casts aside her cool for the love of Gary Cooper's foreign legionnaire. (1930)