Fiddler on the RoofDVD
Based on the stage play Fiddler on the roof, adapted from Sholom Aleichem
Special features: audio commentary by director/producer Norman Jewison and actor Topol; Norman Jewison, filmmaker; Norman Jewison looks back; John Williams: creating a musical tradition; Songs of Fiddler on the roof; deleted song, 'Any day now'; Tevye's daughters; Set in reality: production design; storyboard-to-film comparison; Tevye's dream sequence (in full color with side-by-side comparison and an introduction by Norman Jewison); trailers, teasers and TV spots
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Frightening or Intense Scenes: Pogrom: a Jewish village is attacked and homes/businesses destroyed. Russian officers charge and hurt socialist protestors.
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A Jewish father struggles to cope with all the changes going on around him-his three daughters are all getting married "for love", the government is taking a despotic turn, and things aren't simple anymore. What happened to tradition? Will life ever be the same? 12+ for some violence (no blood), scary images, and when the main character is drunk (along with some other guys in a tavern).