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Joe Gideon is an egomanaic who drinks too much, smokes too much and has too many girlfriends. But these are just the beginning of the director's problems. His world starts to collapse when he finds himself in hospital with a heart problem and begins seeing visions of the Angel of Death. The director of the film, Bob Fosse, based the flamboyant character of Joe Gideon on himself. Fosse also choreographed the brilliant dance numbers, in what many believe is one of the best musicals of the 20th century.
Big-screen adaptation of the stage musical set in 1920s Chicago about prisoner Roxie and the vaudeville star she idolises.
11+ years 109 mins
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11+ years 86 mins
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