Esther

(1999)
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King of the Persians, summons his attractive wife Vashti, to show off her beauty to the guests, the proud queen refuses to come. The king promptly bans her from ever entering his presence again, and gives orders for the most beautiful young virgins in the land to be brought to him. The young Jewess Esther, adopted daughter of her uncle Mordecai, is among the girls selected;

  1. Raffaele Mertes

    Director

  2. Sandy Niemand

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Louise Lombard

    Louise Lombard

    Esther

  2. F. Murray Abraham

    F. Murray Abraham

    Mordechai

  3. Jürgen Prochnow

    Jürgen Prochnow

    Haman

  4. Thomas Kretschmann

    Thomas Kretschmann

    König Xerxes

  5. Ornella Muti

    Ornella Muti

    Königin Waschti

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Esther
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  • November 5, 2000
    TV

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 31m

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