The Balcony

Another brave taboo-buster from Joseph Strick, tackling Jean Genet's play in 1964 with the kind of cast that has you pinching yourself: Shelley Winters, Peter Falk and a youthful Leonard Nimoy. In a brothel that's a hideaway from the war outside, Winters is a fearsome madam and Nimoy's a rebel leader. Surreal and grubbily saucy, though the low budget shows its cracks at times.

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Another brave taboo-buster from Joseph Strick, tackling Jean Genet’s play in 1964 with the kind of cast that has you pinching yourself: Shelley Winters, Peter Falk and a youthful Leonard Nimoy. In a brothel that’s a hideaway from the war outside, Winters is a fearsome madam and Nimoy’s a rebel leader. Surreal and grubbily saucy, though the low budget shows its cracks at times.

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