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One Night With the King (2006)

Feel The Touch Of Destiny

Original Title : One Night with the King
Director : Michael O. Sajbel
Writer : Stephan Blinn
Mark Andrew Olsen
Tommy Tenney
Genre : Drama
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Marilyn Beaubien, Stephan Blinn, Richard J. Cook, Laurie Crouch, Matthew Crouch, Carlos DeMattos, Marcos DeMattos, Marcos M. De Mattos, Robert Labrecque, Wendi Lampassi, Lawrence Mortorff, John Nelson
Music : J.A.C. Redford
Photography : Steven Bernstein
Distributor : 8x Entertainment, FoxFaith, Rocky Mountain Pictures, Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), Video Film Express
MPAA Rating : Rated PG for violence, some sensuality and thematic elements.
IMDB ID : 0430431
Official site : http://8x.com/onenight/
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poster for "One Night With the King" by Michael O. Sajbel (2006)
One Night With the King (2006) - Michael O. Sajbel
 

Starring

Tiffany Dupont Hadassah / Esther
Luke Goss King Xerxes
John Noble Mordecai
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister Haman, the Agagite
Peter O'Toole Samuel, the Prophet
Javen Campbell Jesse
Dilshad King Saul (prologue)
Steven Bernstein 
David Michie 
Suvarchala Narayanan 
Craig Ricci Shaynak 
Jaron Tafoya 
 

Plot

"One Night With The King" chronicles the life of the young Jewish girl, Hadassah, who goes on to become the Biblical Esther, the Queen of Persia, and saves the Jewish nation from annihilation at the hands of its arch enemy while winning the heart of the fiercely handsome King Xerxes.
 

Comments

This is more than just a love story, and it's more than just a Cultural Myth. Since time memorable, there have been Heroes and Heroines that have come out of each successive generation.I feel privileged to have heard the author's father preach this very message years ago when I was a child. I also feel privileged to have co-written the song, "For Such A Time As This",(once again) following a sermon preached back in the mid-1980's.This story transcends the "Top 20" list and it goes beyond an "Inspirational Fad", because it continues to be reborn in anyone who will rise to embrace the Call that leads a person to their Destiny.The cinematography of this motion picture is lavish and the music is luscious. Judeo-Christianity and all love-based religions have come out of the closet in the telling of this age-old story and we may be witnessing the re-birth of secular Hollywood, all because someone stood up and came forth... "For Such A Time As This".Not only did this movie make me feel good. It challenged me to once again embrace the hope and courage of Esther -- something more than religion, rather, a way of life.See this film not just because of it's "Faith-Based" theme. See it for the message of enduring Courage that it portrays. And stay tuned for the sequel.