Inherit the Earth (film)
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|Inherit the Earth|
|Directed by||Yaky Yosha|
|Produced by||Dorit Yosha|
|Written by||Yaky Yosha|
|Music by||Richard Berger|
In the winter of 2000, Yosha and his crew documented all stages in the building of a massive amphitheater, for the one hundred thousand people scheduled to participate in an open-air mass Pope John-Paul II would lead on the Mount of Beatitudes – where two thousand years earlier, Jesus of Nazarath gave the "Sermon on the Mount" to his followers.
For six weeks, two-dozen Jewish contractors and Christian priests worked back to back and against all odds, confronting deadline as well as deadly weather conditions.
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