A Feast of Uncertainty (2011) - Watch Online. Directed by Richard Jernigan

Genres Documentary     History    
IMDb rating
9/10
Director    
Writers Richard Jernigan (written by)
Cast    
Country USA, Israel, Occupied Palestinian Territory
Language English
Runtime 109 min
Plot Modern day Israel and the Palestinian Territories are the backdrop for this retelling of the life of Jesus based on the Urantia Book. Film-maker Richard Jernigan's solo exploration of this conflicted region brings an unsentimental and universal perspective to Jesus' life and teachings.... search for A Feast of Uncertainty on IMDb

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