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   Movie Review: Jeremiah

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Color / 91 Min. 

Stereo / Close Captioned


DVD: Playable in Region 1 - United States, Canada and US Territories. 

Includes additional option: Subtitled in Spanish.

Trimark Bible Series

Photo: Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon. King Nebuchadnezzar 

Patrick Dempsey as "Jeremiah."  Klaus Maria Brandauer as King Nebuchadnezzar.  Michael Cronin, Oliver Reed, Vincent Regan, and introducing Leonor Varela.

Original Music by Brice Broughton.  Edited by David Simmons A.C.E.  Director of Photography: Raffaele Mertes A.I.C.  Costume Designers: Simonetta Leoncini, Giovanni Vitti.  Line Producer: Paolo Lucidi.  Supervising Producer: Paolo Piria.  Executive Producer: Lorenzo Minoli.  Teleplay by Harry Winer.  Directed by Harry Winer.  © LUBE S.r.l. 1998.   

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"Then the word of the Lord came unto me, saying, Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest  forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.  Then said I, Ah Lord God! behold I cannot speak: for I am a child." 

 -Jeremiah 1:7

Photo: Jeremiah prophesies, and is rejected by the religious rulers.. Jeremiah receives a message from the Lord.

Branded As A Traitor

Jeremiah tells the story of the prophet who abandons his family and the woman he loves, in order to relay God's message in Jerusalem.  Although he is persecuted and branded as a traitor for warning others of the destruction of the Holy City, he continues fearlessly with his mission.  When his prophecy is fulfilled, he experiences first-hand Jerusalem's destruction by the Babylonians. 

(-from the Back Cover)

Photo: the High Priest.   The High Priest rejects Jeremiah (and God). _________________________________

Our Comments:

This movie shows all the rejection, persecution, and suffering that the world, the flesh, and the Devil use to attempt to defeat the person who follows God.  It is such a powerful movie, with such an important message (and Jeremiah is such a great example of a man of God) that  _________________________________



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   Photo: The Army of Israel opposed Jeremiah.    The Military considers Jeremiah a traitor. __________________________________

we have decided to show it once a year in our monastery for the spiritual benefit of all of our monks.  This is not a "fun" movie, and I do not think we could bear to watch it more than that.  A movie that makes you think about the strength of your commitment to the Lord.   

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