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So we start with Moses in an Ark (and we really only know this from having read the book) and Moses starts by telling the opening lines of the bible as a tale.
Then flash bang wallop we skip forward and within fives minutes we are up to Abraham. What happened to the rest of the story? The bits that everyone always asks questions about.
Perhaps it is Jewish money funding the series and they want to get on to the bits that matter?
And then the three visitors (angels?) who where hoods like monks. They drop the hoods and one guy is black an the next is Chinese. Well everybody else has looked shiny so far, and the narrators voice is booming along with the loud incessant music track - so why not have some more candy floss. I was chuckling by now. I thought the Chinese guy looks like he stepped out of a cheap Chinese movie. And a few minutes later, after Abraham and his boys have done a bit of slaying of their own, the Chinese guy reaches up and back and pulls out two swords and the slashing begins - along with my laughter.
Really, this is about the production level of a school project.
I don't know why there isn't an option to give a ranking. they shouldn't fear the truth.
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