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Anita: Dances of Vice

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Director  Rosa von Praunheim
Cinematography  Elfi Mikesch
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Language  German
7/10 IMDb

Music director  Wilhelm Dieter Siebert
Genre  Drama
Country  West Germany
Anita: Dances of Vice movie poster
Release date  19 February 1988
Writer  Marianne Enzensberger, Lotti Huber, Hannelene Limpach, Rosa von Praunheim
Similar movies  Related Rosa von Praunheim movies

Anita: Dances of Vice (German: Anita – Tänze des Lasters) is a 1988 German film directed by Rosa von Praunheim. The film follows an elderly delusional woman who thinks she is Anita Berber (1899-1928), a German dancer who, with her partner, Sebastian Droste, came to represent the decadence of 1920's Berlin with their nude dancing, their cocaine habits and their uninhibited sex lives.

Anita Berber’s story is recounted through the thoughts and remembrance of the elderly lady (played by Lotti Huber) who is confined in a lunatic asylum. There, in her dreams and exchanges with patients and staff, scenes from Anita's scandalous life are relived. The film is divided in two sections with all scenes taking place on the asylum shot in black and white and the Anita Berber part shot in color.

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