The Balcony 2000 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
In a very special brothel known as “The Balcony,” the customers live out their wildest dreams, oblivious to a revolution that is going on outside. Directed by the award-winning Joseph Strick and based on acclaimed French avant-garde dramatist Jean Genet’s play, this star-packed film features Shelley Winters as the brothel’s madam and Peter Falk as her occasional lover, who enlists her help in halting the revolution. A young Leonard Nimoy heads the rebels, and Lee Grant is the madam’s executive assistant who longs to return to her former role as just “one of the girls.” With its insightfulness and delightfully fresh sense of humor, “The Balcony” continues to provide a great view of the world’s ironies.
About The Balcony (2000)
Starring: Shelley Winters, Peter Falk, Lee Grant, Peter Brocco, Joyce Jameson,
Runtime: 84 minutes
Director: Joseph Strick,
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