Esther Trailer

Esther Trailer (1986)

01 January 1986 Drama 97 mins

Ahasverus, king of Persia and Media, puts aside Vashti and makes Esther his queen, choosing her among maidens in a kingdom stretching from India to Ethiopia. Esther, using information from Mordecai, her uncle and patron, saves the king from assassination. Haman, the king's favorite, is miffed when Mordecai won't bow to him, so he orders death to all Jews in the kingdom, under the seal of the king. Esther pleads for her people, and Mordecai is in turn given license to make his own edict under the king's seal. Mordecai loses sight of his original intention, and bloody murder ensues. Purim annually celebrates the story. At the end of the film, the actors comment.

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Cast

Mohammad Bakri

as Mordecai

Zare Vartanian

as Ahasverus

David Cohen

as Hagai

Shmuel Wolf

as Narrator

Sara Cohen

as Singer in Hebrew

Rim Bani

as Singer in Arabic

Crew

Amos Gitai

Director

International Releases Dates

France 01 January 1986

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