Exile - A Myth Unearthed

Exile - A Myth Unearthed


                                    Exile - A Myth Unearthed
| 1 h 37 min
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This feature documentary looks at new evidence that suggests the majority of the Jewish people may not have been exiled following the fall of Jerusalem in 70 AD. Travelling from Galilee to Jerusalem and the catacombs of Rome, the film asks us to rethink our ideas about an event that has played a critical role in the Christian and Jewish traditions.

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Credits
  • director
    Ilan Ziv
  • writer
    Serge Gordey
    Alfonso Peccia
  • story editor
    Thomas Wallner
  • director of photography
    Philippe Bellaïche
  • editor
    Alfonso Peccia
  • original music
    Robert Marcel Lepage
  • sound designer
    Michel Lambert
  • sound
    Naftali Chen
    Idan Shemesh
    Luca Chiari
  • art director
    Hili Tsarfati
  • narrator
    Dorothée Berryman
  • initial concept animation artist
    Meinert Hanson
  • animation artist
    Yoav Gal
  • research
    Sigal Rosh
    Stefano Strocchi
    Guisy Buccheri
  • archival research
    Marie Maggiolo
  • re-recording mixer
    Jean Paul Vialard
  • producer
    Amit Breuer
    Serge Gordey
    Christine Camdessus
    Colette Loumède
    Ilan Ziv

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  • VagrantViking

    As an anthropologist specializing in the peoples and languages of the Middle East and having lived and worked in israel for many years I have been aware of the myth of exile for sevefal decades

    VagrantViking, 29 Aug 2015
  • peter1larson

    very interesting. thank you

    peter1larson, 22 Mar 2013