|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||May 7, 2017|
|Length:||3 / 750|
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The people's desperate need for change is also evident in the gradual acceptance of the Nazis, who offer stability, wealth, and a return to glory for a crumbling nation. Sally, however, revels in the 'divine decadence' of 1931 Berlin.
Sally's defiant song challenges society's expectations of people...
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Her attitude towards all external problems throughout the film is to forge ahead in a reckless, hedonistic and often inconsiderate manner, regardless of whether this entails ignorance of significant events (eg. dead Jew in the street). The song contains a somewhat amoral message, encouraging the audience to have a good time, in spite of what it may take to do so...
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