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(368) 7.0 97 min 2019

Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles is a movie starring Marc Aronson, Michael Bernardi, and Jerry Bock. The origin story behind one of Broadway's most beloved musicals, Fiddler on The Roof, and its creative roots in early 1960s New York,...

Danny Burstein, Marc Aronson, Michael Bernardi, Jerry Bock
Max Lewkowicz

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Max Lewkowicz
Writer Valerie Thomas, Max Lewkowicz
Stars Danny Burstein, Marc Aronson, Michael Bernardi, Jerry Bock
Country USA
Runtime 1H 37M
Description The origin story behind one of Broadway's most beloved musicals, Fiddler on The Roof, and its creative roots in early 1960s New York, when "tradition" was on the wane as gender roles, sexuality, race relations and religion were evolving.

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Tuesday, 15 Sep 2020 06:46

It is sad that so much attention is paid to a non-actor that plays a recurring part in "the Newsroom" and a character who has nothing to do with the news. I always see great actors in short-term jobs in other television shows, like "Bones" and "Ghost", and they are great actors, but they have no real presence in their roles. If "The Newsroom" gave that impression to you, then you will love this film. Instead of all the real news and writing in the news, we get television scenes with actors or little speeches of the president and so forth. This is not "real news". It's just an actor, and we get to watch him and admire him, as we would in a normal broadcast. "The Newsroom" is simply a high-end dramatization of the news. I say that not for the reasons that some people think, but for the reason that it is still news. I know of no other Hollywood movie which follows the news in this way. It shows the story of the news without any action, except a few scenes where the news is reported. It shows all kinds of things: "real news" scenes, with the usual traditional news anchors, with a whole speech of the president, with a film about the human condition, with the occasional television prank, with a scene with one of the news anchors at work, with a scene showing "real" pictures of the news, with scenes in the workplace. It also shows some scenes of what would happen in an actual news broadcast. But the true greatness of this movie is in the conversation with the actor who plays the fictional TV anchor. The questions he asks him and the answers he gives are so realistic that they are actually the most profound questions in the human condition, and this is a good thing. I think that the whole movie is a reflection of the real world we live in, and if the whole country was shown this way, the movie would not be as effective. A good example of that is when the protagonist says to him "Oh, but you really do exist. You really do exist". That is the real question and the great point of the movie. We are the real news, and we are our own main character. This movie shows how powerful we are and that there is nothing that is not important in the human condition. A real effect, not just a movie about a newsman. I recommend "The Newsroom" for all the young people in the world, and I hope it will give them some insights into life.
Sunday, 16 Aug 2020 04:23

Saw this on television, read the comments, and thought it was so bad. I knew I was not going to like it, but I'm not even sure I really disliked it. It was just so incredibly boring, and you really didn't get to know anything about the people or the cause. It was so convoluted. The musical numbers were even more confusing. Some of the actors were still amazing, but they really could have used some acting classes to get their acting skills down. And all of the music was completely unnecessary. I really did think it would be a good movie, but it wasn't. The biggest problem is that the director didn't have any idea what he was going to do with this movie. He went way over his head, and ended up with a movie that was so poorly done, it was obvious from the beginning that he didn't know what he was doing. The story line was extremely confusing, and made no sense at all. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, then it's really hard to be scared or upset. The movie was supposed to be in black and white, and all of the music was supposed to be color. But somehow it all ended up being in color, and then there was another layer of color that made absolutely no sense. It was a lot to take in. If you can't remember all of the music, then it's very hard to understand the story. The whole thing was so confusing. But it didn't even matter because all I could think of was how it was so poorly done. It was just so so boring. If you're a fan of any of the musicians, you'll probably like it, but don't expect to enjoy it. It was so boring, it was just painful to watch.
Sunday, 09 Aug 2020 21:39

I had a chance to watch the Spanish version of this movie on TV, and when I heard they had made a English one, I was excited. I had a chance to see the movie in the theater when it came out and I am still quite shocked by what I saw. I have seen it twice now, and it still shocks me. I was surprised that the Spanish version was all subtitled and not the original, but as a non-Spanish speaker, I was amazed at how much I could understand. I saw a lot of differences between the original and the Spanish version, but it was hard to pinpoint what was happening because there were so many different scenes, all at the same time. It is a shame that so many Hollywood movies are being released all at once in the hopes that they will be released at the same time. I can't believe that every time someone goes to see a movie they are going to pay to see this, when that movie is better than the original and people would not be happy paying to see it in the theater. It is just sad. It's a shame to have to pay to see something that is so good. This is not like the movie that would be released in the theaters. This is a movie that would be a great investment to own, rent, or have as a TV movie. This movie will continue to shock me and make me laugh, it will make me laugh because it is so silly, and it will make me cry because it is so heartbreaking. This movie will continue to shock me and make me laugh, it will make me cry because it is so pathetic, and it will make me laugh because it is so heartfelt.
Friday, 17 Jul 2020 02:00

As a Christian I think this documentary shows the importance of God and not people, but what this film is really about is the concept of hell and the desire to go there and experience it. The interviews are done from the perspective of the transvestite, homosexual, asexual, intersex, asexual female, asexual male and any person who would like to go through a "hanging" of their own. This documentary shows that being transgender is not something you are born with but something that one chooses. It shows that there are many factors that can affect a person's gender, such as medication, surgical treatments, and surgery. We see all of these factors as a transgender person, but also what these different people have in common. All of the people interviewed share how they have been affected by their gender and their decision to live a different gender. This is shown through photographs and videos of what they have done in order to change their gender, from hormones to surgeries to things they have done to get the surgery done and to then a few months later. Some of the people were scared to go through it, so they would just tell everyone they know. The people who have gone through it can not explain how it felt because it was not something they thought about before. The film does not show what goes on with the transgender people in the hospital, it just shows what happens with them. We see the emotions of the people, such as joy, anger, sadness, disgust and other emotions. It shows the various types of gender dysphoria that are being felt by the transgender people. When the film ended I was still thinking about what had just happened. It was very powerful because we can see the transvestite, homosexual, asexual, transsexual, intersex, asexual female, asexual male, and anyone else who was affected. We can also see that there are many transgenders out there. I think this documentary really shows what the issue is and how it is going to affect people and society.

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