Recording "Les Filles du Crazy," an anthem that they'll later lip-synch onstage, half a dozen women—performers at the Crazy Horse, Paris's classy nudie cabaret—sing of themselves, "They are the soldiers of the erotic army." The military metaphor proves apt, as Frederick Wiseman's spellbinding documentary on the Crazy Horse, founded in 1951, shows: The dancers' taut, perfectly proportioned bodies suggest Amazonian strength, and the battles between art and commerce at the nightclub drain even the most... More >>>