Simon Magus (film)
|Written by||Rob Cheek
A Jew named Dovid Bendel (Stuart Townsend) tries to revive his dwindling village by building a railway station next to it. The squire (Rutger Hauer) agrees to provide the land, on the condition that Dovid will read his poetry. A cunning business man (Sean McGinley) is also interested in the land and he tries to compete using money and threats.
- Stuart Townsend as the Jew Dovid Bendel.
- Rutger Hauer as the squire. He is more interested in poetry than money.
- Sean McGinley as a cunning business man. He competes with Dovid Bendel.
- Noah Taylor as Simon Magus. He is the village fool.
- Ian Holm as The Devil.
- "Berlinale: 1999 Programme". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2012-02-04.
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