Chicago (2002)

Mister Cellophane

When he realizes that he couldn’t be the father to his wife’s child, Amos (John C. Reilly) sings the number “Mister Cellophane”.

Directed by Rob Marshall.

Released in 2002 by Miramax Films.

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  • character-type: Clown
  • character-type: Bum
  • character-type: Husband
  • character-type: Singer
  • character-type: Dancer
  • character-type: Lawyer
  • action: Sing
  • action: Dance
  • editors-choice: Cinematography
  • editors-choice: Musical Moments
  • editors-choice: Male Performances
  • editors-choice: Dancing
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • primary-genre: Music and Musicals
  • secondary-genre: Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Musicals
  • secondary-genre: Showbiz Musicals
  • secondary-genre: 20th Century Period Pieces
  • secondary-genre: Crime Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Showbiz Dramas
  • mood: Imaginative
  • mood: Heartfelt
  • prop: Glove
  • prop: Light
  • prop: Telephone
  • prop: Hat
  • prop: Funny Hat
  • prop: Funny Clothes
  • setting: Office
  • setting: Stage
  • theme: Disloyalty
  • theme: Understanding
  • theme: Adultery
  • theme: Despair
  • theme: Heartbreak
  • theme: Disappointment
  • theme: Depression
  • theme: Self Esteem
  • theme: Parenthood
  • theme: Dishonesty
  • theme: Deception
  • theme: Disillusionment
  • actor: Richard Gere
  • actor: John C. Reilly
  • director: Rob Marshall
  • producer: Sam Crothers
  • producer: Craig Zadan
  • producer: Jennifer Berman
  • producer: Meryl Poster
  • producer: Neil Meron
  • producer: Martin Richards
  • producer: Don Carmody
  • producer: Harvey Weinstein
  • producer: Bob Weinstein
  • producer: John M. Eckert
  • producer: Julie Goldstein
  • cinematographer: Dion Beebe
  • composer: Danny Elfman
  • editor: Martin Walsh
  • costume-designer: Colleen Atwood
  • production-designer: John Myhre
  • role-name: Amos Hart
  • role-name: Billy Flynn
  • screenwriter: Maurine Dallas Watkins
  • screenwriter: Bill Condon
  • screenwriter: Bob Fosse
  • screenwriter: Fred Ebb
  • year: 2002
  • studio: Miramax Films