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Fiddler on the Roof is one of the most successful musicals in Broadway history. Set in Russia and with a story centred on Jewish religion and heritage, the production explores themes surrounding prejudice against Jewish people, while also being a very accessible musical about family and community. This documentary explores the musical’s beginnings, closely looking at the writing of its famous songs such as ‘If I Was A Rich Man’ and the unique preparation that went into its premieres in 1964. Fascinatingly, the film explores the political climate of the time and the defiance of a musical that centred a marginalised community, as well as its themes of race, gender and sexuality.
Oscar-winning musical comedy that's a brilliant explosion of colour and energy despite an utterly un-PC plotline.
7+ years 98 mins
Exuberant, Oscar-winning musical that focuses on a Jewish community in 19th century Russia.
7+ years 176 mins
The stunning Austrian mountains provide the backdrop for this wartime musical extravaganza.
7+ years 174 mins
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