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HOLY LANDS

by Amanda Sthers

synopsis

Facing a crossroads in life, Harry Rosenmerck leaves New York and his family with an unlikely plan to start a pig farm in Nazareth, causing the anger of neighboring local communities. His conflict with the town Rabbi, Moshe Cattan slowly turns into a friendship that leads him to reevaluate his relationship with his estranged family, including his difficult ex-wife, 34-year-old student daughter, and playwrighting son David. Holy Lands is an emotional, humorous and dramatic story about the passage of time and the connections between people and family.

international title: Holy Lands
original title: Holy Lands
country: Belgium, France, Israel
sales agent: StudioCanal
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Amanda Sthers
film run: 100'
release date: FR 16/01/2019, SE 1/03/2019, GB 5/04/2019, PT 11/04/2019, DE 5/09/2019, AT 6/09/2019
screenplay: Amanda Sthers
cast: Jonathan Rhys Meyers, James Caan, Rosanna Arquette, Tom Hollander, Efrat Dor, Patrick Bruel, Reem Kherici, Ginnie Watson, Loai Nofi, Dina Doron
cinematography by: Régis Blondeau
film editing: Nadia Ben Rachid
art director: Françoise Joset, Shahar Bar-Adon
costumes designer: Deborah O'Hana
music: Grégoire Hetzel
producer: Alain Pancrazi, Laurent Bacri, Didier Lupfer
executive producer: Thomas Alfandari, Bernard Bouix
line producer: Christine Raspillère, Tony Copti, François Enginger
production: Artémis Productions, PM Audiovisuel, StudioCanal, Bustan Films (IS)
distributor: StudioCanal, SF Studios, StudioCanal, NOS Audiovisuais, StudioCanal Germany, Constantin Film Verleih
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