All Genres: Documentary
Release Year: 2007
Director: Simcha Jacobovici
Sound: Dolby Digital, DTS
Writing by: Graeme Ball – co-writer
Simcha Jacobovici – writer
Produced by: Ric Esther Bienstock – producer
James Cameron – executive producer
Felix Golubev – producer
Simcha Jacobovici – producer
Cast: Mark Caven – Narrator (UK) (voice)
Ouriel Maoz – Himself
Rivka Maoz – Herself
Shimon Gibson – Himself (as Dr. Shimon Gibson)
Tal Ilan – Herself
James D. Tabor – Himself (as James Tabor)
Simcha Jacobovici – Himself
Felix Golubev – Himself
Frank Moore Cross – Himself
John Dominic Crossan – Himself
Na'ama Brosh – Herself
Music: Chance Thomas
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Plot Outline: The last day in the life of a woman, struggling to find her place in a futuristic society where people that fail to live up to the government's standards are removed and eliminated by men dressed in yellow.
Plot: The Lost Tomb of Jesus is a documentary which makes a case that the 2,000-year-old “Tomb of the Ten Ossuaries” belonged to the family of Jesus of Nazareth.
George O'Hearn: Beautiful women are invisible; we're so dazzled by the outside that we never make it inside.
Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
Cartography – Ladd Ehlinger Jr. Stellar Charts – Tom Whalen Anti-Gravity – Karen Guelfo Sonic Markings – Mark Slater Historical Memes – Edwin A. Abbott Particle Acceleration – Megan Colleen Cosmogony – Greg Trent Neutrino Brewer – Jon Shoemaker Massively Parallel Computations – Patty Elms Quantum Mechanic – Hal Stanford Mereological Nihilist – David Evans Humulus Lupulus Acosmist – Dr. Jeff Sanders Renderosity – Bill Welles, the Kubiks, Lynn Trent Quasiparticles – Jacqueline Clift
Goofs: We know about 3 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Continuity: The plane used by Struthers is actually CGI, when showing a view of the lake from the campsite the plane isn't there. It is supposed to be by the boat! (at 29mins 19 secs min into the movie approx)
Trivia: There are 6 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- Judi Dench had read the novel 'Cranford' at school, and when a neighbor lent her the book, she was vividly reminded of it. She stated that she hoped that the remake would “make people want to read her.”
- Sue Birtwistle found out about the novel Cranford after finishing another project. Despite liking it immensely, she felt it wasn't enough to create a drama series, so she read a large portion of Gaskell's other material, and came up with the idea of adapting three of Elizabeth Gaskell novellas into a BBC Drama series; hence Cranford. The three novels were “Cranford”, “Mr Harrison's Confessions” and “My Lady Ludlow.” Birtwistle and her co-creator Susie Conklin spent several weeks in Birtwistle's apartment in New York using color coded cards to piece the stories together. When writer Heidi Thomas came on board, she mentioned that they had married off someone twice.
- Judi Dench called the writing “inspired” and “extraordinary”.