How brilliant! The story of Jeremiah has been beautifully brought to the big screen.
Post Babylonian Captivity
Oliver Reed, Leonor Varela, Patrick Dempsey, Andrea Occhipinti, Simon Kunz, Klaus Maria Brandauer
The story was taken out of the Bible's book bearing the same name and almost (watch this word) made it come alive for everyone to see.
The 52 chapter book contains stories, allegories, prophecies and history.
The film focuses on his relationship with a young woman he is planning on marrying as soon as may be.
The Lord in turn tells them this cannot be the case because he is going to be used by God during tremendous troubled days in Israel's history.
If you want to watch an inspiring film and instructional movie, this is it.
Now on to our problem with the movie, which always seems to be the case with low budget films. This always seems to result in the usual low quality typical of Bible movies.
If you can get past that, this is a good movie.
Rest of review coming soon..
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