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Norman Jewison (1926–2024)

Autor/a de Fiddler on the Roof [1971 film]

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Crèdit de la imatge: Norman Jewison. Photo courtesy Canadian Film Centre.

Obres de Norman Jewison

Fiddler on the Roof [1971 film] (1971) — Director — 699 exemplars
Moonstruck [1987 film] (1987) — Director — 291 exemplars
Jesus Christ Superstar [1973 film] (1973) — Director; Screenwriter — 206 exemplars
In the Heat of the Night [1967 film] (1967) — Director — 163 exemplars
The Hurricane [1999 film] (1999) — Director — 107 exemplars
The Thomas Crown Affair [1968 film] (1968) — Director — 99 exemplars
Only You [1994 film] (1994) — Director — 79 exemplars
Rollerball [1975 film] (1975) — Director — 77 exemplars
...And Justice for All [1979 film] (1979) — Director — 69 exemplars
Send Me No Flowers [1964 film] (1964) — Director — 55 exemplars
The Thrill of It All! [1963 film] (1963) — Director — 45 exemplars
Agnes of God [1985 film] (2002) — Director — 34 exemplars
The Cincinnati Kid [1965 film] (1965) — Director — 33 exemplars
Other People's Money [1991 film] (1992) — Director — 28 exemplars
The Statement [2003 film] (2004) — Director — 26 exemplars
Dinner With Friends [2001 film] (2001) 24 exemplars
A Soldier's Story [1984 film] (1984) — Director — 24 exemplars
Doris Day: The Essential Collection [6 films] (2015) — Director — 15 exemplars
In Country [1989 film] — Director — 8 exemplars
Best Friends [1982 film] (1982) — Director — 8 exemplars
F.I.S.T. [1978 film] (1978) — Director — 7 exemplars
Bogus [1996 film] (1996) — Director — 5 exemplars
MGM Classic Musicals Collection — Director — 4 exemplars
Al Pacino: 6 Film Collection — Director — 2 exemplars
Gaily, Gaily [1969 film] (1969) 2 exemplars
Pillow Talk / Thrill of It All — Director — 2 exemplars
The Sidney Poitier DVD Collection (2006) — Director — 1 exemplars
Rollerball [and] Thief (Double Feature Video) — Director — 1 exemplars
Absence of Malice; And Justice for All (2013) — Director — 1 exemplars

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EBERT The movie stars Cher, as an Italian-American widow in her late 30s, but she is not the only moonstruck one in the film. There is the moonlit night, for example, that her wise, cynical mother (Olympia Dukakis) goes out for dinner by herself, and meets a middle-age university professor (John Mahoney) who specializes in seducing his young students, but who finds in this mature woman a certain undeniable sexuality. There is the furtive and yet somehow sweet affair that Cher’s father (Vincent Gardenia) has been carrying on for years with the ripe, disillusioned Anita Gillette.


And at the heart of the story, there is Cher’s astonishing discovery that she is still capable of love. As the movie opens, she becomes engaged to Mr. Johnny Cammareri (Danny Aiello), not so much out of love as out of weariness. But after he flies to Sicily to be at the bedside of his dying mother, she goes to talk to Mr. Johnny’s estranged younger brother (Nicolas Cage), and is thunderstruck when they are drawn almost instantly into a passionate embrace.

“Moonstruck” was directed by Norman Jewison and written by John Patrick Shanley, and one of their accomplishments is to allow the film to be about all of these people (and several more, besides). This is an ensemble comedy, and a lot of the laughs grow out of the sense of family that Jewison and Shanley create. There are small, hilarious moments involving the exasperation that Dukakis feels for her ancient father-in-law (Feodor Chaliapin), who lives upstairs with his dogs. (In the course of a family dinner, she volunteers, “Feed one more bite of my food to your dogs, old man, and I'll kick you to death!”) As Cher’s absent fiance lingers at his mother’s bedside, Cher and Cage grow even more desperately passionate, and Cher learns the secret of the hatred between the two brothers: One day Aiello made Cage look the wrong way at the wrong time, and he lost his hand in a bread-slicer. Now he wears an artificial hand and carries an implacable grudge in his heart
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ItalCulturalCenter | Hi ha 5 ressenyes més | May 11, 2024 |
Norman Jewison created this warm and airy ode to love, giving it both the beauty and fragrance of a flower cart on the cobbled streets of Italy. The scenery will take your breath away and the story make you smile in this light romantic comedy.

The always sweet and engaging Marisa Tomei is Faith, on the verge of marriage when a phone call from her fiance's friend will stop her dead in her tracks, simply because his name is Damon Bradley. A game played when she was a child and a Gypsy fortune teller at a carnival in her teens told her the man she would love and marry would be named, Damon Bradley.

Bonnie Hunt shines as Faith's sister-in-law and best friend, who takes off to Venice with her in search of her destiny, written in the stars. When they discover Damon Bradley has left the hotel he called from, the search will go from Venice to Rome, and on to the lovely Italian coast, as Norman Jewison gives us a gorgeous view of romantic Italy.

Robert Downey Jr. is at his most charming as Damon Bradley, who Faith meets by chance, or perhaps fate, and falls in love with. Faith will discover, however, that destiny has a few twists and turns in store for her, in this truly delightful violin concerto to love.

This film will work its magic on you if you enjoy a light romantic comedy with a 1950's feel, and will surely become one of your favorites if you are seeing it for the first time. Those who enjoy films like “Roman Holiday” and “Three Coins in the Fountain” will welcome this romantic postcard from beautiful Italy with open arms and grateful hearts. It doesn’t live up to the aforementioned films, but there are echoes of them, and that’s enough.

While it certainly cannot stand beside those lovely romantic comedies from the bygone days of the 1930s and 1940s, Only You has a certain charm for our day, Marisa Tomei gives a performance both vibrant and full of magic. A refreshing and wonderful film for romantics, this is fluff, but it’s enjoyable fluff.
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Matt_Ransom | Nov 20, 2023 |
CDWIL2 | Conductor, Adapted By [Music Adapted By] – John Williams | Violin [Soloist] – Isaac Stern (tracks: A1, B2, D3, D4, D5)
Vocals [Chava] – Neva Small (tracks: A2)
Vocals [Fruma-Sarah] – Ruth Madoc (tracks: C1)
Vocals [Golde] – Norma Crane (tracks: B2, C1, C2, D1, D4)
Vocals [Grandmother Tzeitel] – Patience Collier (tracks: C1)
Vocals [Hodel] – Michele Marsh (tracks: A2, C2, D2)
Vocals [Lazar Wolf] – Paul Mann (3) (tracks: B3, D4)
Vocals [Mendel] – Barry Dennen (tracks: D4)
Vocals [Mordcha] – Shimen Ruskin (tracks: D4)
Vocals [Motel] – Leonard Frey (tracks: B4)
Vocals [Perchik] – Paul-Michael Glaser (tracks: C2)
Vocals [Tevye] – Topol (tracks: A1, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, D1, D2, D3, D4)
Vocals [Tzeitel] – Rosalind Harris (2) (tracks: A2)
Vocals [Yente] – Molly Picon (tracks: D4) |


A1 Prologue And "Tradition" & Main Title 11:16
A2 Matchmaker 3:55
B1 If I Were A Rich Man 5:24
B2 Sabbath Prayer 2:39
B3 To Life 6:13
B4 Miracle Of Miracles 2:04
C1 Tevye's Dream 6:42
C2 Sunrise, Sunset 3:49
C3 Wedding Celebration And "The Bottle Dance" 3:52
D1 Do You Love Me? 3:11
D2 Far From The Home I Love 3:00
D3 Chava Ballet Sequence 2:33
D4 Anatevka 3:37
D5 Finale 1:48
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5653735991n | Aug 15, 2023 |
Pillow Talk, Lover Come Back, Send Me No Flowers
JCPeckMedia | Jan 9, 2023 |



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