Legendary rock artist Lou Reed recorded the album Berlin-a masterwork of love, jealousy, rage and loss-in 1973.
A commercial failure upon its release, he never performed the album live until December 2006 when it was magnificently brought to life for five nights at St. Ann's Warehouse Brooklyn and brilliantly captured on film by acclaimed artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel.
Using the divided city of Berlin as a backdrop, the devastating yet beautiful story of Caroline and her lovers is told
through the emotive and provocative words and performance of Lou Reed with contributions from such
artists as Emmanuelle Seigner, Antony (of Antony and the Johnsons) and the Brooklyn Youth Chorus.
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