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They ATE this!
Such a fantastic number. The choreography is just genius, showing how tired and fed up they are, yet they still have to bend over backwards and pretend to be having fun to attract a customer. All while their faces show their true feelings. Great cinematography too, I like how the customer guy is in the foreground and is so nonchalant and barely even notices the girls, contrasting how hard they are working to get his attention in the background.
I like the way the all show no emotion whatsoever. Really stretches across the uncanny valley between entertainment and discomfort
If a dance number can be called icy, bitter, sarcastic, this is it.
You can really see how this influenced the cell block tango in Chicago
Jesus this is amazingly shot and choreographed/directed.
paula kelly's back bend roll up gives me chills everytime!!!! She is so slick I love it. She's the black girl in the gold. 4:31
*This comment was made when I was very young and knew very little about the complex nature of sex work and representations of it in film; I don't still stand by it, but I'll leave it up for context*
Someone needs to find a way to mix this with cell block tango.
They look dead inside.
This is maybe the most famous prostitution song ever.
Hey, Mister, can I talk to you for a minute?
Fosse positioned every foot, leg and arm at
This is the first time I've seen the original scene for this song. I am in awe of how beautiful all of there voices blend while singing. I want to own this movie because that scene was beautiful!
Telling men what they always wanna hear: oh honey, u tall, handsome, different, unique, generous and so misunderstood. Hahahahaha!
People the black chick is Paula Kelly ,great dancer and actress
2019 anyone? Anyone else here because of the show on fx x fosse/verdon?
The lighting, choreography, and cinematography are very characteristic of the 90s, even though this film was made in 1969. Everything seems beyond ahead of it's time.
ohh, you're sooo tall.
Rest in peace, Paula Kelly. Just came here to remember. She was a stand out. So talented.