Cafe Electric is one of many German silent films Marlene
Dietrich played in before her "discovery" by Josef von Sternberg in
which she was cast as Lola Lola in the Blue Angel and began her
American film career. The early scenes of Berlin in the 1920's are
notable for a glimpse of the times and that they were shot on
location. The plot is moralistic but not without intrigue. It's
also very interesting to see a young Dietrich before the meticulous
attention to her glamorous look in American films. . There
are no special features or even scene selection, but the musical
score and English titles are very good. Cafe Electric is a must see
for those interested in silent films of the '20's and especially
Marlene Dietrich.The film print is pretty good. So is the piano accompanyment.
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