Filmed in 3D for IMAX and Giant Screen cinemas, JERUSALEM is an immersive experience about one of the world's most beloved cities. Discover why this tiny piece of land is sacred to billions...
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Filmed in 3D for IMAX and Giant Screen cinemas, JERUSALEM is an immersive experience about one of the world's most beloved cities. Discover why this tiny piece of land is sacred to billions of people and how archaeology is uncovering secrets of Jerusalem's past.
Jerusalem is the name of a city which is the site crossroads of three continents, as well as a three-dimensional social with three important religions, each of which follows its customs.
In this regard, Daniel Ferguson has created a forty minute documentary on the city and examined the nature of this city both historically, geographically and religiously.
The film has been technically very robust and we have seen beautiful, meaningful images always with a strong dialogue.
The documentary deals with the theme of the project without any tendency and follows the views of three Jewish, Christian and Muslim girls respectively.
Religious and building ceremonies, as well as religious celebrations and holidays, are well depicted as if they left the viewer in the same place.
The fascinating documentary evidence of Jerusalem from a particular angle suggests the peaceful coexistence of their masses as if they have learned how to live their lives in the vicinity.
The selection of three girls from the perspective of their views points to the future of that place.
They are a peace-loving generation who demands tranquility with love for their land.
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