Anita: Dances of Vice (German: Anita – Tänze des Lasters) is a German film directed by Rosa von Praunheim. The film follows an elderly delusional woman who thinks she is Anita Berber (), a German dancer who, with her partner, Sebastian Droste, came to represent the decadence of 's Berlin with . The structure of "Anita: Dances of Vice" is like a postmodernist updating of Karel Reisz's "The Loves of Isadora," with its framework of the fat, decrepit, middle- aged Isadora Duncan just before her death interposed with vignettes of herself as a revolutionary modern dancer. Even more it reminds me of Ken Russell's wonderful. : Anita: Dances of Vice [VHS]: Lotti Huber, Ina Blum, Mikael Honesseau, Rosa von Praunheim: Movies & TV.
Anita - Dances of Vice on Find trailers, reviews, and all info for Anita - Dances of Vice by Rosa von Praunheim. 3 Oct Rosa von Praunheim's ''Anita -Dances of Vice'' is a surprisingly tame movie to be made by the German director responsible for ''It's Not the Homosexual Who Is Perverse, Rather the Situation in Which He Lives'' () and ''A Virus Knows No Morals'' (made in and released here this year). The former is. Overview of Anita--Dances Of Vice, , directed by Rosa Von Praunheim, with Lotti Huber, Ina Blum, Mikael Honesseau, at Turner Classic Movies.
Perhaps the most scandalous woman in s Berlin, Anita Berber was the first exotic dancer to perform nude in public, was openly bisexual, was a heavy cocaine user, and was all the rage. In she died of tuberculosis. The forgotten star comes alive again in the visions of a. Anita: Tänze des Lasters = Anita: dances of vice / a film by Rosa von Praunheim. Also Titled. Tänze des Lasters; Anita: dances of vice. Other Creators. Praunheim, Rosa von, ; Huber, Lotti. Blum, Ina. Honeggeau, Mikael. First Run Features Home Video. Published. New York: First Run Features Home Video, [