Sweet Mud @JudaicaWebStore.com



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Sweet Mud tells the story of a 12-year-old boy growing up on a kibbutz in Southern Israel in the 1970s. His Bar Mitzva year sees him torn between loyalty to his mother and the kibbutz’s principles of equality, seding him on a path of discovery that will change his life forever.

Israel (2006)

Length: 97 min.

Director: Dror Shaul

Starring: Ronit Yudkevitz, Shai Avivi, Gal Zaid
Genre: Drama
Language: Hebrew
Subtitles: English, Hebrew
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1, Wide screen
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Temple in Jerusalem @JudaicaWebStore.com



A celebrated production of the History Channel.
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Approximate length – 60 minutes.
Language: English
Great and Holy is God’s world — and the Land of Israel is the holiest land in His world. In the Land of Israel is the holy city of Jerusalem and inside Jerusalem the holiest place is the site of the Temple. And in the heart of the Temple was the Holy of Holies, resting place of the Ark of the Covenant — the footstool of the Almighty.
For more than 350 years the Temple Solomon built stood atop Mount Moriah until the Babylonians destroyed it in 586 BC, and took the Children of Israel into captivity.
On their return, the Jews worked for 23 years to build another Temple. Centuries later this Second Temple was again rebuilt, by King Herod (37-4 BCE) and this time the work took 46 years.
Then as a Great Jewish Revolt shook the land, the Roman legions mercilessly broke into the sacred precinct on Tisha B’Av – the ninth day of the month of Av 70 CE – and razed the Holy Temple to the ground.
Today the Western Wall, the so-called Wailing Wall, is all that remains of the Second Temple. And to this day, Jews around the world pray three times a day for the Temple’s restoration.
Take a fascinating, unforgettable journey back in time to the depths and mysteries of Jerusalem Temple.

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The Syrian Bride @ JudaicaWebStore.com



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Israel, 2004
Comedy / Drama
Director: Eran Riklis
Starring: Hiam Abbass, Makram Khoury, Clara Khoury, Ashraf Barhom, Eyad Sheety, Evelyn Kaplun, Julie-Anne Roth, Adnan Tarabshi, Marlene Bajali, Uri Gavriel, Alon Dahan, Robert Henig, Derar Sliman, Ranin Boulos, Hanna Abou-Manneh
Length: 95 min.
Language: Hebrew
Subtitles: English, Hebrew
Awarded Best Film at the Montreal Film Festival, and the Audience Award at Locarno, The Syrian Bride is an emotional, authentic and often humorous drama defying all borders, whether physical or mental. In Golan Heights, originally Syrian land but Israeli-controlled since 1967, Monas arranged marriage to a Syrian TV star shes never met is the catalyst for a conflict-ridden day for her family and numerous others across both borders. Syrians at heart, yet separated from their homeland, the Druze villagers are both pleased to see Mona gain citizenship to Syria through her marriage, yet painfully aware that once she crosses the border, she can never again return to her close-knit family. In a tale of tensions between tradition, family dynamics and personal fulfillment, each member of Monas family has his or her own story of love, desire, and duty, all necessarily interwoven with the political circumstances surrounding their land.
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The Artist Wilde Animated Pop Art.mov



Check out and sample the original animated and cartoon pop art from Wilde the rock’n’roll cartoonist. Beatles to Smiths, Roses to Stones. Canvas prints, sketches, animation, acrylic paintings. Cards and caricatures VISIT www.thebeatlesinmanchester.co.uk OR Contact wildecartoons@btinternet.com

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