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The story of Lehi and his wife Sariah and their four sons: Laman, Lemuel, Sam, and Nephi. Lehi leaves Jerusalem because he prophesied unto the people concerning the destruction of Jerusalem, and they sought his life. He journeys into the wilderness with his family. He sends Nephi and his brethren back to Jerusalem after the brass plates and the family of Ishmael. The sons and daughters of Lehi marry the sons and daughters of Ishmael. They take their families and continue into the wilderness. Ishmael dies in the wilderness. They come to the sea. Nephi's brethren rebel against him. He confounds them, and builds a ship. They cross the sea to the promised land in the Americas. Lehi dies in the promised land. Nephi's brethren rebel against him again. Nephi departs again into the wilderness. Written by
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Noah Danby, the actor who played Nephi, had never read the Book of Mormon before making this film. Before the end of the project, he was preparing for baptism and dating Jacque Gray, the actress who played Terza, Nephi's Wife. See more »
Many of the actors and actresses very clearly just had their teeth whitened; obviously enough, no such technique existed in 600 BC. See more »
Good thing he has us to look out for him.
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Please, please, please, please, PLEEAAASE DO NOT MAKE ANY MORE OF THESE MOVIES!!!!
Your hearts are in the right place, I don't doubt that at all, but you are in way over your head with this!
If I had never read the Book of Mormon before, after watching this movie, I wouldn't want to!
You're costumes looked like they were borrowed from the Manti Pageant. The make-up looked ridiculous. The acting was amateurish, not to mention the directing. And the writing just plain SUCKED! And what the hell was up with that wedding dance scene?
You are doing a major disservice to the Book of Mormon and the LDS faith by making these movies.
Come on, to take on something as epic as the Book of Mormon on such a miniscule budget is at best, laughable, at worst sacrilegious. Even John Huston knew to only take on the first part of Genesis when he made "The Bible."
Have you seen the movie "And God Spoke... The Making of."???
Your movie is essentially that. A biblical epic made on a B-movie budget and you guys are taking yourselves waaaaay too seriously!
I only hope you haven't done any permanent damage to Jacque Gray's career.
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