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|Directed by||Peter Hall|
Lara Flynn Boyle
|Music by||Ennio Morricone|
|Release dates||December 4, 1994 (U.S.A.)|
Jacob defrauds his twin Brother Esau (Sean Bean) and flees. In Haran he gets to know his cousin Rachel (Lara Flynn Boyle), and falls in love with her. Years of hard work later he marries Rachel and reconciles with his brother Esau.
- The movie was shot in Ouarzazate, Morocco.
- Emma Hall is a girl who played a boy. She is the daughter of the director.
- Directed by: Peter Hall
- Teleplay by: Lionel Chetwynd
- based on the novel by: Francesco Maria Nappi
- Produced by: Lorenzo Minoli and Gerald Rafshoon
- Music by: Marco Frisina and Ennio Morricone
- Director of Photography: Ennio Guarnieri, AIC
- Film Editor: Bill Blunden
- Costumes by: Enrico Sabbatini
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