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Directed by Albert Hanan Kaminski

Hungary, Israel 2017 80 mins. In English

In this animated family adaptation of the Biblical story, the young Solomon must save the kingdom of Jerusalem from the evil devil Asmodeus. After he is banished into the Arabian Desert, Solomon teams up with Princess Na’ama of Petra and the Queen of Sheba to put an end to Asmodeus’ tyrannical thirst for power. “I hope that this film, with an Arab Princess and a Jewish King as protagonists, will be a kind of prophecy and a message of hope for the young generations.”—Albert Hanan Kaminski. In English. All ages.



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