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Such a blessing!
There is so very much to love about this film! There is no doubt as to why it won the Academy Award for Best Picture! I love the mother's caustic wit and the father's constant frustrations. The daughters and their suitors are all wonderful as well. The film is completely resonant around the outstanding score. Those of us long, long married will more than understand the words to "Do You Love Me?" Those young will know "Matchmaker." We parents will certainly have heartaches listening to "Sunrise, Sunset." There is something in this film for all of us and, if you are students of history and/or Judaism, you will see it unfold in front of you! There are several dance sequences which are brilliantly choreographed and raise your spirits. I saw this film the day it was released into the theaters and I have watched it each time it's been shown on TCM. It is simply one of the best!
Fiddling on the Roof
The Jewish Godfather. But where is Zero?
Fiddler On The Roof
One of my favorite classics. Brilliant!
Fiddler on the Roof
A wonderful musical centered around a father (Chaim Topol) of five daughters both clinging and letting go of the threads of tradition when Russia is undergoing their communist revolution. It deals with lifting stricter religious practices that were observed during a time period long gone, but still not forgotten. Great eastern Europe scenery. Cast is amazing and you'll find Perchik, a young Paul Michael Glaser, a.k.a. "Starsky." This is a great film that you'll enjoy seeing over and over because it never gets old.
Most kis think movies their old-fart oarent love are dumb.WRONG SIR!!!!This is an exerience most people will LOVE beyond LOVING!!16 out of 10,Bravisimo!!
One of the Greatest Musicals Every Made!
This film is such an experience! It has everything: drama, humor, sorrow and happiness. It truly depicts what life is about and no matter how difficult the situation, you just have to stay determined to survive. The music is spell binding as are the incredible dance routines.
One of My TOP TEN!
When I first seen "Fiddler on the roof" i think i was in the 6 the grade. I didn't like is as much as i like it now. One of my favorite songs is Chava Lament. I like it because it explains how no matter what u do u can never choose which way to go. B/W your faith and your heart.