Directed by: Norman Jewison (seriously that's his name)
Written by: Sholom Aleichem and Joseph Stein
Starring: Topol, Norma Crane, Leonard Frey, Rosalind Harris
This is a classic musical about Jews. It's about changing times in Russia and the struggle between change and tradition. The dad tries to stop his daughters from doing things outside of tradition but loves them too much and fails, and accepts their decisions until finally one of them challenges his faith.
The songs are really catchy, and there are some funny moments. In fact it seems that Gwen Stefani song "Rich Girl" is based on a song from this musical which I think is kind of hilarious. But in the end the story turns rather depressing. However, I still liked it and thought it was quite good.
But I REALLY don't want to know how they made that horse lame...