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Sunday, Aug 31, 2008
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Exodus1960, USA, Otto Preminger

Reverential film version of Leon Uris’s blockbuster novel about the founding of modern Israel. Lots of action and romance, though clunky in parts. Way too long at four hours. After seeing the film Mort Sahl (the comedian) is supposed to have said “Otto, let my people go.”

For more details, see tt0053804 on The Internet Movie Database.

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