• 电影名称 Fiddler on the Roof

  • ——The screen's most magnificent entertainment returns...filled with joy, laughter, love and life. (re-release)
  • 中文名称 屋顶上的小提琴手
  •  类型  戏剧 / 家庭 / 歌舞 / 爱情
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语 / 希伯来语 / 俄语
  •  时长  3 hr 1 min (181 min)
  • 上映时间 3 November 1971 (USA)
Epic in plot, setting and length, Fiddler on the Roof tells asurprisingly tight and focused story that has "universal" poignancy--ina nutshell, it's about trying to maintain strong cultural traditionsand identity in the face of a continually changing world, partiallyfueled by the youth, that doesn't...
I love "Fiddler on the Roof" so much it's difficult for me to comment on itin a detached way. I just think about it and I'm filled with emotion. (AndI'm not the sentimental type!) It honestly depicts what it means to behuman. It contains love, faith, family, friendship, humour, violence,hate,prej...
Let me say up front, I am not predisposed to enjoy a movie like this. Onthe contrary, as a straight WASP, the last thing I want to watch is abroadway musical or a bunch of Jews 'kavetching' about how bad they have it.That is definitely NOT what this film is about. Though the subject matteris Jewis...
'Fiddler on the Roof' is about a humble milkman who schemes to marryoff his pleasant daughters according to his family's 'traditions.''Fiddler on the Roof' is about a simple villager who insists thatwithout their old traditions, he and the other villagers would findtheir lives "as shaky as a fiddler...
The range and audacity of `Fiddler on the Roof' is stunning. By comparisontoday's musicals are timid, quaking things, terrified of frightening theiraudiences away however much `social relevance' bravado they may assume. This old musical is older than it looks. The film dates from 1971; themusical ...
"Fiddler On the Roof" is the stage-to-screen adaptation of the famousmusical. It tells the story of Tevye, a poor Jewish milkman in the tinyRussian village of Anatevka. This role is played by Topol, who played thecharacter onstage in the London production of "Fiddler." We see him as aman mired in...
..."Fiddler on the Roof" stars Topol as Tevye, a Jewish milk man (and fatherof five) living in a small town in the time before WWII. The movie followshim over a long period of his life, mostly focusing on his three oldestdaughters getting married, and Tevy's opposition towards their new husbands. O...
I saw this film during it's initial theatrical release and have seen itmany times since. I am not especially a fan of musicals and there arevery few that I like but this is one of those few. Fiddler on the Roofran on Broadway from 1964 to 1972 and received a special Tony Award in1972 for being the l...
Watching Fiddler On The Roof I couldn't help but think that way backwhen he was a student, Sholem Aleichem must have gotten a Russiantranslation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. It must haveinfluenced him so that I can't believe it was a coincidence that whenhe created the story of Tevye the Mi...
*** SPOILERS ***This is a truly great movie that happens to be a musical. As with any greatmovie, it is a product that geometrically multiplies the visions and talentsof its Director (Norman Jewison) by combining and extracting the best of thetalents of his cast together with his technical crew mem...
In the beginning of the Twentieth Century, Jews and Orthodox Christianslive in the little village of Anatevka in the pre-revolutionary Russiaof the Czars. Among the traditions of the Jewish community, thematchmaker arranges the match and the father approves it. The milkman Reb Tevye (Topol)is a poor...
I know people have complained about the length of this movie. Yeah, itis long, three hours approximately, but there are so many things thatcompensate. Norman Jewison's direction is very good, and the film isstylishly filmed, with some nice cinematography and there are nicescenery and costumes. The c...
Although I'm not normally a great fan of musicals...people on thescreen constantly bursting into song for no good reason generallyirritate me...this one's a masterpiece. Story, theme, characters(especially the main one, Tevye), and of course, incomparable music.This musical is set in the Russian vil...
Strong film adaptation of one of the greatestmusicals ever. Jewison beautifully recapturesthe essence of the Alchiem stories with wonderfulcinematography, editing and performances fromTeyve, Frey and Molly Picon. One of the lastgreat movie musicals. ...
Solomon/Sholom Rabinowitz was probably the greatest Eastern EuropeanJewish writer (his closest competitor is Issac Peretz). In the late19th Century, writing as "Sholem Aleichem", he wrote a huge amount ofshort stories, novels, and plays. When he supposedly met Mark Twain atthe start of the 20th Cent...
Across the 1960s all the movie genres that had developed in theprevious two decades underwent massive changes – the old biblical epicsdisappeared completely, the Westerns and gangster movies became almostunrecognisable. Then there was a new generation of musicals –avant-garde, burlesque-in...
I LOVE this musical but I weep a little always for the Yiddish culturelost forever. The world is so much poorer. I apologise for straying from the artistic merit to linger on the lossto HumanityNevertheless this film is a permanent record of the fact that weenjoyed a wondrous Yiddish culture in our ...
I have had a love affair with this musical movie for over 35 years.Although it came out the year I was born, i saw it for the first timewhen i was about 5 and even though i was too young to understand a lotof it, i felt a connection with the story, the characters andexspecialy the music. As I got ol...
The story took place in the village of Russia, 1904. It centeredaround the leading role, Tevya, who was diaryman. Tevya was aenlightened old man, he had open-minded thought and he deeply loved histhree daughters. When he looked into the future of the daughters whowere unmarried, he always sang the s...
Fiddler on the roof is that type of movie that brings you a sentimentof content and fulfillment given by the amount of knowledge accumulatedat it's final. A movie full of color, art, beauty, naturalness throughimages and music, acting and screenplay. What makes you reflect a while after seeing this ...
Norman Jewison's adaptation of Jerry Bock's musical masterfully tellsthe story of poor Jewish milkman Tevye (Chaim Topol) having to dealwith the dying out of traditions, as well as anti-Semitism in tsaristRussia. The obvious metaphor is the title character representing thesituation of the Jews in Ea...
Much was made of director Norman Jewison's decision to cast Topol(instead of Broadway's Zero Mostel)as Tevye, but his performance is thesingle most important factor that makes this a great film. Topol'sportrayal has an earthiness to it that makes the farmer/milkman feelauthentic. When he pushes his ...
After 43 years, I eventually got to see Fiddler on the Roof and it waswell worth the wait! What a touching, beautiful portrayal of life in anexiled Jewish community in Russia (or was it the Ukraine?) around theturn of the 20th century. The star of the film is undoubtedly Topol as Tevye a subsistence...
In pre-revolutionary Russia, a poor Jewish peasant (Topol) must contendwith marrying off his three daughters while antisemitic sentimentthreatens his home.Let me say this right of the bat: while this film may focus on a Jewishfamily and their struggle to enter the modern world (which may be goodor b...
Seeking help from Springfield's synagogue to get a coronary bypassoperation, Homer Simpson came to Rabbi Kruftosky and told him: "Now Iknow I haven't been the best Jew, but I have rented "Fiddler on theRoof" and I will watch it …"' I'll complete this quote later but for now, I understand why "F...
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