The Prince Of Egypt

The Prince Of Egypt
The Prince Of Egypt

Year

1998

Duration

95 minutes

Genres

Animation, Musicals

Language

English

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Synopsis

This visually astonishing feature-length animation succeeds in breathing new life into one of the oldest stories in the world. Baby Moses, son of Hebrew slaves, is found floating down the Nile in a reed basket by the wife of Pharaoh Seti. He's raised as a prince, but when the adult Moses discovers the truth of his origins he flees to the desert, where God speaks to him - and he soon resolves to free his fellow Hebrews from their masters, the Egyptians.

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This film contains occasional frightening moments.

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