Examining the Groundbreaking Editing of Bob Fosse's 'All That Jazz'

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The below Criterion video essay looks at the groundbreaking editing of Alan Heim for Bob Fosse's classic 1979 musical, All That Jazz.

As critic Matt Zoller Seitz says, "The film is not logical. The film is about feelings, it's about music, it's about sensation. We're gliding along, dancing along, like the dancers onscreen...Fosse conceives and executes every sequence with a choreographer's mindset."

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