Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments

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Director: Robert Dornhelm

Cast: Dougray Scott, Mía Maestro, Linus Roache

     
 

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Dougray Scott, Linus Roache, Omar Sharif, and Naveen Andrews headline this epic mini-series from director Robert Dornhelm, and following the Prince of Egypt as he discovers his true identity and sets out on a mission from God. An oracle has prophesized that a child will grow up to become the Prince of Egypt, and in order to prevent this from happening The Egyptian

Overview

Dougray Scott, Linus Roache, Omar Sharif, and Naveen Andrews headline this epic mini-series from director Robert Dornhelm, and following the Prince of Egypt as he discovers his true identity and sets out on a mission from God. An oracle has prophesized that a child will grow up to become the Prince of Egypt, and in order to prevent this from happening The Egyptian Pharaoh (Paul Rhys) orders the immediate slaughter of all newborn males. No child in the entire kingdom is spared except for one. His name was Moses, the son of a Hebrew slave. Set adrift on the Nile immediately after he was born, Moses escapes certain death and enjoys a lavish upbringing in a royal Egyptian household. Moses has no memory of his past, and soon rises to the rank of prince. After Moses receives a fiery message from God and learns of his true heritage, he vows to reclaim his destiny by delivering his people from persecution and realizing his fate as the liberator of the Hebrews.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/05/2006
UPC:
0096009420895
Original Release:
2006
Rating:
NR
Source:
Echo Bridge
Time:
2:56:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Widescreen; Dolby 5.1 Surround; The making of The Ten Commandments; Closed captioned

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dougray Scott Moses
Mía Maestro Zipporah
Linus Roache Aaron
Naveen Andrews Menerith
Omar Sharif Jethro
Padma Lakshmi Princess Bithia
Richard O'Brien Actor
Paul Rhys The Egyptian Pharoah
Silas Carson Actor
Susan Lynch Actor
Claire Bloom Actor
Randy Edelman Conductor

Technical Credits
Robert Dornhelm Director
Mark Conte Editor
Victor DuBois Editor
Randy Edelman Score Composer
Robert Halmi Executive Producer
Robert Halmi Executive Producer
Klaus Hundsbichler Editor
Ron Hutchinson Screenwriter
Ingrid Koller Editor
Paul Lowin Producer
Edward J. Pei Cinematographer
Keith Wilson Production Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Ten Commandments
1. Premonition [5:59]
2. Prince in Training [4:53]
3. Desert People [6:00]
4. Building a City [7:18]
5. Trek Across the Desert [5:29]
6. Burning Bush [5:40]
7. Return to Egypt [5:55]
8. Demanding Freedom [7:09]
9. Moses' Sacrifice [4:36]
10. Plague After Plague [6:15]
11. Ramses' Threats [6:41]
12. Prepare for the Journey [7:43]
13. Crossing the Desert [4:55]
14. Parting the Sea [4:20]
15. Renewed Faith [3:59]
1. Crashing Waves [6:09]
2. The Next Step [4:27]
3. Chosen Few [7:28]
4. Manna From Heaven [3:32]
5. Making Warriors [5:31]
6. Rising Up [8:32]
7. Costly Victory [5:18]
8. Shepherd's Advice [7:54]
9. Burden of Freedom [4:27]
10. One God [6:02]
11. Seeking Justice [7:32]
12. Bargaining [3:17]
13. Waiting for Answers [5:11]
14. Broken Promises [3:16]
15. Land of Milk & Honey [9:05]

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The Ten Commandments 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I appreciate this film more than Carlton Heston's version because of how it displays the human response to slavery, temptation, deprivation, commitment, search for God, and so much more. The acting was incredible. The scenes were more realistic, even the water. It clarifies how God of the Old Testament uses a go-between (Moses) to speak to the people. I better understand the importance of the personal relationship given the people in the New Testament who receive access to the Triune God as revealed in the New Testament because of Jesus, the Messiah.. I can't say enough to express my appreciation for the making of this film.. 
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It wouldn't be right to even make a comparison w/ Charlton Heston and the 2006 version of this historical classic event! This draws out the true humanity of it all. It helped me to understand what real slavery is like and how our sin causes this slavery! I am a much better person because of this film! It also helped me know and understand the true loving God, on a deeper level. It is definately divine art at it's finest, there aren't enough words to say how fantastic this is.