Director: Roger M. Young Cast: Ben Kingsley, Frank Langella, David Suchet
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Follow the biblical tale of Moses (Ben Kingsley) as he places his unwavering faith in God and attempts to lead the children of Israel from enslavement to the Promised Land in this faithful retelling of the book of Exodus. From his encounter with the burning bush to the parting of the Red Sea, the reluctant but faithful leader leads the Israelites from the torments of the Pharaoh in this addition to the popular TNT "Bible Collection" series.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/15/2005
UPC: 0053939689624
Original Release: 1996
Rating: NR
Source: Turner Home Ent
Region Code: 1
Time: 3:02:00
Sales rank: 41,882

Special Features

Closed Caption; Languages: English & Español; Subtitles: English, Français & Español

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ben Kingsley Moses
Frank Langella Memefta
David Suchet Aaron
Christopher Lee Ramses
Anna Galiena Ptira
Enrico Lo Verso Joshua
Geraldine McEwan Miriam
Maurice Roeves Zerack
Anthony Higgins Korah
Philip Stone Jethro
Anton Lesser Eliav
Anita Zagaria Jochabed
Dudley Sutton High priest
Federico Pacifici Hur
Urbano Barberini Nahbi
James Wilson Memefta (15 years)
Mark Lewis Guard
Loris Loddi Martial arts officer
Vincenzo Ricotta Midan
Franco Salamon Man 1
Sarah Thomas Midwife
Amy Werba Woman on bank

Technical Credits
Roger Young Director
Renato Agostini Special Effects
Paolo Biagetti Production Designer
Lionel Chetwynd Screenwriter
Marco Frisina Score Composer
Raffaele Mertes Cinematographer
Lorenzo Minoli Producer
Ennio Morricone Score Composer
Gerald F. Rafshoon Executive Producer
Enrico Sabbatini Costumes/Costume Designer,Production Designer
Benjamin A. Weissman Editor
Jeremy Zimmerman Casting

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Adopted (Credits) [8:59]
2. Hebrew Heritage [8:38]
3. Brave Egyptian [5:29]
4. New Family [4:02]
5. Mourning Pharaoh [1:32]
6. Burning Bush [6:13]
7. Chosen [6:28]
8. Words and Signs [8:06]
9. "Let My People Go" [4:13]
10. False Prophet? [4:44]
11. Stern Warnings [6:01]
12. Plagues [11:00]
13. Passover [5:31]
14. Exodus [4:22]
15. Deep Faith [3:01]
16. Parting the Waters [10:05]
17. Fiery Burden [:51]
18. Manna From Heaven [4:37]
19. Only One Man [6:15]
20. Mount Sinai [5:57]
21. Troubling Absence [10:34]
22. Vain Idolatry [5:31]
23. Broken Convenant [3:10]
24. Sanctuary [6:13]
25. Miriam [3:28]
26. Promised Land [5:01]
27. Losing Faith [10:33]
28. "Take Joshua" [9:41]
29. End Credits [10:20]

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Moses 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A most have movie. Not to many movies are filmed according to the scriptures. I recommend this particular Moses movie.
Anonymous 10 months ago
I am not a religious person - but I have to say that this is a beutifull movie - teached me that we do not need so much material things in our modern life to be happy - also that they are more important things to worry, focus like care about orhers be more spiritual, find the purpose, he mission of our lifes here in earth - I liked so much that I had to order the DVD
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really like this movie,I like the part about the manna from heaven, most of the Moses flims I saw don't have the manna from Heaven in them.A great movie from the beggining to the end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Beautiful movie, good acting. It is worth watching it and owning it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ben Kingsley has to be one of the finest Hollywood--as well as biblical, character actors in the world today. His Moses spans the life of the hero from youth to the old man most people think of when the name of Moses is mentioned. This film is the best version of the Exodus story to date. It is far superior to 'Ten Commandments', which stressed the spectacular at the expense of the accurate. This TNT version--while not quite as good as 'Joseph', is extremely accurate in its depiction of ancient Egyptian history. It stresses the Egyptian background of Moses' life, and doesn't just portray him as simply Hebrew alone. How nice to see Moses pictured as a highly trained soldier (which he surely was) in growing up in the Pharaoh's court! Especially novel is the portrayal of Moses' lisp, which could be a very accurate interpretation of the Biblical narrative's 'slow of speech'. While a bit more emphasis could've been placed on the fact that the plagues were specific judgments upon Egyptian gods, the film does a fine job in nearly every other respect. The next to last meeting between Moses and the Pharaoh (''MY name resounds in all the earth--and I let YOU live''!) is exceptionally well written, and the final meeting is wonderful. Moses speaks volumes in his silence! The parting of the Red Sea is pretty darn good (though the crossing is mysteriously speedy--even for an epic!), and the fact that the Hebrews crossed it 'on dry ground' is an excellent addition which most miss in the Bible, not to mention the film! Great job, here! The 'pillars of fire' which hold back the Egyptians are depicted as lightning, and this part is a real highlight! The film assumes Ramases and Mernepta are the major Pharaohs of the period. This might cause a little confusion to more conservative believers who place the Exodus earlier (1445 BC), and the Pharaoh as Thutmoses III. It will be especially confusing to 'Prince of Egypt' admirers, since Ramases there is Moses' friend, instead of the Pharaoh-father. All in all, this is a film well worth watching. Unlike 'Joseph' however, which never had a dull moment, 'Moses' is considerably less interesting after the crossing of the Red Sea. But it does fair justice to the Bible, and the acting is superb. One could hardly ask too much more from Hollywood!