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Harry Winer (teleplay)
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14 December 1998 (Italy) See more »
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The young Jeremiah grows up in a priest's family in the village of Anathoth, near Jerusalem. God appears... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Patrick Dempsey ... Jeremiah

Oliver Reed ... General Safan

Klaus Maria Brandauer ... King Nebuchadnezzar

Vincent Regan ... King Sedecia

Leonor Varela ... Judith

Andrea Occhipinti ... King Joiakim
Michael Cronin ... Chelkia

Stuart Bunce ... Baruch
Roger May ... Elshuma
Simon Kunz ... Gemariah
Silas Carson ... Hananiah
Franco Castellano ... Babylonian Minister
Damian Myerscough ... Ephraim
Chris Pavlo ... Hanamel
Anita Zagaria ... Jeremiah's mother
Luke Sheppard ... Child Jeremiah
Jolyon Stephenson ... Ebed Melech

Anna Maguire ... Young Girl
Franco Fantasia ... Old Man
Giovanni Micoli ... Man in The Night
Mohamed Bastaoui ... 2nd Man in The Night (as Mohamed Bestauoi)
Zaki Houari ... Pashur
Abdessamad Dinia ... Isaac
Hamid Zoughi ... Workman
Said Amel ... Another Workman
Mohamed Majd ... Eliakim
Omar Lahlou ... 1st Judith's Brother
Hicham Bahloul ... 2nd Judith's Brother
Abderrahim Daris ... Scribe
Mohamed Bensouda ... Shepherd
Hicham Ibrahimi ... King Josiah
Mohamen Mehdi Ouazanni ... Michaiah (as Mehdi Ouazzani)
Mahmoudi M'Barek ... Stranger (as M'Barek El Mahmoudi)
Abdelkader Lofti ... Judith's Uncle
Omar Chenbod ... Head Priest
Abderrahim El Aadili ... Second Head Priest (as Abderrahim El Adili)
Rachid Fekkak ... Nebuzaradan
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mahjoub El Rajji ... Ezer (as Mahjoub El Rajji)

Kevan Ohtsji ... Tem Leader #1

Directed by
Harry Winer 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Harry Winer (teleplay)

Produced by
Luca Bernabei .... co-producer
Paolo Lucidi .... line producer
Lorenzo Minoli .... producer
Paolo Piria .... supervising producer
 
Original Music by
Bruce Broughton 
 
Cinematography by
Raffaele Mertes 
 
Film Editing by
David A. Simmons 
 
Casting by
Ahmed Boulane 
Barbara Giordani 
Cornelia von Braun 
Jeremy Zimmermann  (as Jeremy Zimmerman)
 
Production Design by
Paolo Biagetti 
 
Set Decoration by
Titus Vossberg 
 
Costume Design by
Simonetta Leoncini 
Giovanni Viti 
 
Makeup Department
Laura Borselli .... makeup artist
Claudia Catini .... hair stylist
Francesca De Simone .... hair stylist
Federico Laurenti .... makeup artist
Elda Magnanti .... key hair stylist
Mario Michisanti .... key makeup artist
Gianna Viola .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Franco Casellato .... post-production supervisor
Ahmed Darif .... production manager
Federico Foti .... unit manager
Giovanni Lovatelli .... unit production manager
Alessandro Lucidi .... post-production supervisor
Marco Olivieri .... unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tony Brandt .... first assistant director
Emanuela Minoli .... second second assistant director
Barbara Pastrovich .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Fabio Carussi .... construction coordinator
 
Sound Department
Bernard Bats .... sound mixer
Pierre-Yves Bruneel .... boom operator
Tim Chilton .... foley artist
Terry O'Bright .... sound re-recording mixer
Keith Rogers .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Massimo Cardajoli .... special effects
Claudio Quaglietti .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Alessandro Saponi .... digital artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Francesco Carini .... clapper loader
Stanislao Galasso .... lighting technician
 
Casting Department
Darina O'Byrne .... casting assistant
Cornelia von Braun .... casting: Germany
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ali Lammari .... set costumer
Uliva Pizzetti .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Yelena Lanskaya .... assistant editor
Rosario Ranieri .... post-production assistant
 
Transportation Department
Said Andam .... transportation
 
Other crew
Damian Anderson .... production coordinator
Gabriella Di Santo .... production coordinator
Giampaolo Grassi .... leather master
Michele Greco .... location manager
Adelina Parrillo .... script supervisor
Franco Penna .... production accountant
Roberto Penna .... production auditor
Carla Maria Perrina .... payroll clerk
Andrea Piria .... accounting assistant
Laura Vergelli .... dialogue adaptor
 

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This was Oliver Reed's final television appearance before his death on May 2, 1999 at the age of 61.See more »
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Weep Not For Jerusalem, 23 August 2010
Author: bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York

Former Brat Packer Patrick Dempsey essays the role of Jeremiah the prophet, the last in a series of prophets sent by God foretelling of the destruction of Jerusalem if they don't turn from their ecumenical ways in allowing other Gods to be worshiped and idols to be built. Dempsey betrays not a hint of his thespian juvenile origins in his performance.

When the Kingdom of Israel was split into Israel and Jusdah following the reign of King Solomon, a series of prophets from Elijah on warned that Jerusalem's destruction and the destruction of the Temple of Solomon would follow. When Jeremiah was born, Josiah was the King of Judah, Israel having fallen to the Assyrians years ago and he's put a temporary halt to foreign religious practices. But that stops at Josiah's demise.

Jeremiah is a most reluctant prophet, but God choosing him as a kid puts the words in his mouth. In the end his warnings about the fall of Jerusalem prove all too true.

Klaus Maria Brandauer plays Nebuchadnezzer the all powerful ruler of Babylon to whom Judah falls. Oliver Reed plays an obstinate Hebrew general who is Jeremiah's greatest foe. Both register well in their roles.

Dempsey is denied earthly pleasure by God in order to serve, a heavy price indeed, but a burden he bears if not cheerfully. Sticking fairly close to the Old Testament, Jeremiah is a more accurate and more literate film than you'll find from Cecil B. DeMille if not more gaudy and spectacular.

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