Exodus

Notes

A contemporary retelling of the Book of Exodus set in Margate. Approximately 106 mins. Also featuring Waste Man, a 25m burning sculpture by Antony Gormley

Artist / Author Penny Woolcock
ISBN 5-060103-791149
Reference D0990
Date 2007
Type DVD

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