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A movie Abraham
La bibbia - abramo/La Abraham (TV)
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Relative movie
Below stills show its music supervision is Ennio Morricone, music by Marco Frisian
Movie 01, 02, 03, 04
IMDB Information (here)
MOVIEmeter: Up 5% in popularity this week. See why on IMDbPro.
Director:Joseph Sargent

Writer:Robert McKee (writer)

Contact:View company contact information for Abraham on IMDbPro.
Release Date:3 April 1994 (USA) more
Genre:Adventure | Drama more

Also Known As:Bible:

Abraao Portugal
Abraham Argentina (video title)
Bíblia Sagrada - Abra?o Brazil
Bibelen - Abraham Denmark
Bible: Abraham, La France
Die Bibel - Abraham Germany
Raamattu: Aabraham - matka luvattuun maahan Finland (DVD title)
Raamattu: Abraham Finland
The Bible: Abraham (undefined)
Vivlos - Avraam, I Greece

Parents Guide:Add content advisory for parents
Runtime:USA:175 min (miniseries version)
Country:Germany | Italy | USA | Czech Republic | France
Sound Mix:Stereo
Certification:Australia:M | Argentina:13
Filming Locations:Ouarzazate, Morocco
Company:Five Mile River Films more

Original Music by
Marco Frisina
Ennio Morricone

Emmy Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1994 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Costume Design for a Miniseries or a Special
Enrico Sabbatini (costume designer)
For part I.
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Hairstyling for a Miniseries or a Special
Elda Magnanti (hairstylist)
Mauro Tamagnini (hairstylist)
Gianna Viola (hairstylist)

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Makeup for a Miniseries or a Special
Luigi Rocchetti (makeup artist for Mr. Harris)
Federico Laurenti (makeup artist)
Renato Francola (makeup artist)
Amina Bencherki (makeup artist)
Mario Michisanti (makeup artist)


Richard Harris ... Abraham

Barbara Hershey ... Sarah
Maximilian Schell ... Pharaoh
Vittorio Gassman ... Terah
Carolina Rosi ... Hagar
Andrea Prodan ... Lot
Gottfried John ... Eliezer

Kevin McNally ... Nahor
Simona Ferraro ... Lot's Wife (as Simona Ferraro Chartoff)
Tom Radcliffe ... Serug


The Old Testament story of Abraham and the trials he endures. Commanded by God to lead his family to the promised land of Canaan with the promise that if he does so, his descendants will become a great and numerous tribe. His obedience, as well as that of his children and grandchildren, is severely tested as they prove their faith to God. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher {}

The first chapter in the story of Salvation. Rather than choosing a great leader or king, God chooses Abraham, an elderly shepherd from Mesopotamia, as the way to establish his Covenant with mankind ... Abraham is a man of great faith. After his calling he continues to believe in God even when He seems to have abandoned him. For Abraham, God's greatest promise is that his family will continue through the line of Isaac, Abraham's favourite son. However God presents him with a tremendous test by asking him to sacrifice of Isaac. Is Abraham willing to put God first? Even before the life of his son? Written by Lux Vide (here)

About Abraham and Abrahamic religions
Abraham From wikipedia
Abraham (Hebrew: Standard Avraham Tiberian ?A?rāhām Ashkenazi Avrohom or Avruhom ; Arabic: , Ibrāhīm ; Ge'ez:, Abraham) is a man featured in the Book of Genesis and an important figure in several monotheistic religions. Jewish, Christian and Muslim traditions regard him as the founding patriarch of the Israelites, Ishmaelites and Edomite peoples. He is widely regarded as the patriarch of Judaism and Islam and monotheism. Abraham means "Father of Nations"[citation needed] - "Av" is Hebrew for "Father", and "Raham" is the Arabic for "Nations or Multitude". Also considered to mean "High Father", coming from the Aramaic words "Aba Rama"[citation needed]

Abraham's father was Terah, the grandfather was Nahor. Abraham's brothers were named Nahor and Haran.[2] According to Genesis, Abraham was brought by God from Mesopotamia to the land of Canaan. There Abraham entered into a covenant: in exchange for sole recognition of YHWH as supreme universal deity and authority, Abraham will be blessed with innumerable progeny. According to Jewish tradition (based on the Anno Mundi era), Abraham lived AM 1948–2123 (1812 BCE to 1637 BCE). Christian traditional dates are about 2000 BCE to 1825 BCE.[3]

Judaism, Christianity and Islam are sometimes referred to as the "Abrahamic religions" because of the progenitor role Abraham plays in their holy books. In the Jewish tradition, he is called Avraham Avinu or "Abraham, our Father". God promised Abraham that through his offspring, all the nations of the world will come to be blessed (Genesis 12:3), interpreted in Christian tradition as a reference particularly to Christ. Jews, Christians, and Muslims consider him father of the people of Israel through his son Isaac (cf. Exodus 6:3, Exodus 32:13) by his wife Sarah. For Muslims, he is a prophet of Islam and the ancestor of Muhammad through his other son Ishmael - born to him by his second wife, Hagar. (Jews and Christians refer to Hagar as Sarah's servant). Abraham is also a progenitor of the Semitic tribes of the Negev who trace their descent from their common ancestor Sheba (More)
Abrahamic religions (here)
Above: Symbols of the three main Abrahamic religions: Judaism (top), Christianity (left) and Islam (right).
Above: Map showing the prevalence of Abrahamic (pink) and Dharmic (yellow) religions in each country.
Abrahamic religions From Wikipedia
Symbols of the three main Abrahamic religions: Judaism (top), Christianity (left) and Islam (right).
Map showing the prevalence of Abrahamic (pink) and Dharmic (yellow) religions in each country.Abrahamic religions are monotheistic faiths which recognize a spiritual tradition identified with Abraham.[1][2][3] The term is mostly used to refer collectively to Judaism, Christianity and Islam. There are other religions included in the term, such as the Samaritans, the Druze, the Mandaeans, the Rastafarians and the Bahá'í.[4] Abrahamic religions account for more than half of the world's total population. Today, there are around 3.8 billion followers of various Abrahamic religions.[5]

The major non-Abrahamic world religions are grouped as "Eastern religions", encompassing the "Dharmic" religions of India and the "Taoic" East Asian religions. Use of the term "Abrahamic" is far from universal and has been found to be problematic for many reasons.

Origin of the expression
The term "Abrahamic religion" is derived from a term of Islamic origin, Millat Ibrahim, [2][3] although in Muslim use only Islam is seen as truly reflecting the "Faith of Abraham". It thus refers to the traditional claim of relationship by the Arab Muslims to Abraham through his son Ishmael, which is extended to include Muhammad, thus making Abraham a common ancestor to all later prophets, since all (except Muhammad) were descended from Israelites. Christians refer to Abraham as a "father in faith" (see Romans 4); the phrase may also be meant to suggest that all three religions come from one spiritual source.[7]

Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (as well as the Baha'i Faith) comprise a family of religions. A number of terms recognize their historico-theological links: the popular label "Peoples of the Book" underlines the central role scripture plays among their adherents, while scholars of religion sometimes categorize them as the "three major monotheistic faiths." The term "Abrahamic" has advantages over both usages; it focuses on a more specific affinity than does the first and avoids the categorical and interpretive controversies that may arise over the second while emphasizing the paramount place that Abraham holds in all three traditions.[8]

Abraham is recorded in the Torah as the ancestor of the Israelites through his son Isaac, born to Sarah through a promise made in Genesis..... (More)

Playing in online of the movie "Abraham"
4-1 (43'31")
4-2 (44'27")
4-3 (43'31")
4-4 (46'13")

About Jing

Our friend, Rodison C. Leonardo, was born in the Philippines, a native Filipino. You can also call him by his nickname Jing. He's 34 years old, a Roman Catholic. He holds a degree of Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering. There was once an occurrence in his life he wanted to enter Priesthood after his graduation in college. For some personal reasons, he didn't continue to pursue it. So now he's been working at Holcim Cement Plant for eight years. Holcim is one of the biggest cement plants in the Philippines, and he holds the position there as Maintenance Planner. Until now it's very hard to admit that he's still a bachelor at his mature age. He only diverts his time to watch film or hear music after his work. He loves film and music. His real hobbies are to collect music in LPs and CDs, and also to collect films in VHS, VCD and DVD as well. He started to like Sir Ennio Morricone's music when he saw the film "The Mission" in 1995. He considered The Mission music 'very influential' to him. Seeking more of Sir Ennio's works, he joined in one of Morricone's prestige forums. There he met many friends in different nations who really loved to help those who were beginners of knowing Sir Ennio and his magnificent scores. He still makes contact to some of them through e-mail. Knowing friends who have one common goal, "to spread the music of Sir Ennio Morricone", is a very remarkable and tremendous experience for him. It's so great to know there's someone in the Philippines who really appreciate Maestro Ennio Morricone, truly the legend of film music.

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