Critics make song and dance over Redmayne’s Cabaret

“As Sally Bowles, the English deb turned devil-may-care show-girl, Buckley achieves no smaller feat: she makes you laugh, breaks your heart, has you hanging on her every word – sung or otherwise,” he continued. “The Irish actress’s period accent and distinctive attitude, nonchalance combined with subtle forcefulness and vulnerability, sets her far from Liza Minnelli in the 1972 film.”

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