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One Night with the King Movie poster for One Night with the King Directed by Michael O. Sajbel Produced by Stephan Blinn Richard J. Cook Laurie Crouch Matthew Crouch Lawrence Mortorff Written by Stephan Blinn (screenplay) Tommy Tenney & Mark Andrew Olsen (novel) Starring Tiffany Dupont John Rhys-Davies Luke Goss Music by J. A. C. Redford Cinematography Steven Bernstein Editing by Gabriella Cristiani Michelle Summers Studio Gener8Xion Entertainment Distributed by Fox Faith Release date(s) October 13, 2006 Running time 123 minutes Language English Budget $20,000,000 (estimated) One Night with the King is a historical epic film that was released in 2006 in the United States. Based on the novel Hadassah: One Night with the King by Tommy Tenney and Mark Andrew Olsen, One Night with the King is a dramatization of the Old Testament Bible story of Esther, who risked her life by approaching the king to request that he save the Jewish people. The movie was produced by Matt Crouch and Laurie Crouch of Gener8Xion Entertainment It was ninth on the list of highest-grossing motion pictures during the week it was released. This film received a 2007 CAMIE Award,[1] as did Luke Goss for his portrayal of King Xerxes. The film was chosen to be shown at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.[verification needed] Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 3.1 Promotion 4 Reception 4.1 Box office 4.2 Reviews 5 See also 6 References 7 External links Plot The film generally adheres to the main plot of the Biblical version. However, the film adds stylistic elements not present in the Biblical story. The Jewish version of the relationship between Hadassah/Esther (Tiffany Dupont) and Ahasuerus (treated as Xerxes I of Persia in this, as in many adaptations) was not a love story, but a forced marriage in which Esther had no choice but was still very happy. The story presents many facets that could have happened rather than strictly sticking to biblical texts. This biblical drama chronicles the legend of Hadassah (Tiffany Dupont), a beautiful Jewish orphan who rises to become Queen Esther of Persia and saves Persian Jews from genocide. By revealing her heritage to the king, Esther thwarts the evil prime minister's plan to annihilate all Jews in the Persian Empire, which becomes the inspiration for the annual festival of Purim. Cast Tiffany Dupont as Hadassah/Esther, the main protagonist Luke Goss as King Xerxes I of Persia, Esther's love interest John Rhys-Davis as Mordecai, Esther's uncle Omar Sharif as Prince Memucan Tommy Lister, Jr. as Hegai, the Royal Eunuch, the harem's bodyguard John Noble as Prince Admatha, a scheming, anti-Semetic prince James Callis as Haman, the Agagite, the film's main antagonist, Haman plans to use his position of power to kill the Jewish inhabitants of Persia on their most sacred day. Peter O'Toole as Prophet Samuel Jyoti Dogra as Queen of Persia Vashti Tom Alter as King Saul of Israel Aditya Bal as Amalekite King Agag Production Premiere Night at Mann Bruins Theater in L.A. California The movie was filmed entirely in the state of Rajasthan, India.[2] Promotion The Genius Club[3] from writer/director Tim Chey[4] was also released theatrically in 2006. The film's trailers showed before One Night With The King.[verification needed] Reception Box office One Night with the King was released to theaters on October 13, 2006. During its opening weekend, it earned $4,120,497 in theaters. By the end of its theatrical run, the film received $13,395,961 domestically, with $13,728,450 worldwide.[5] Reviews One Night with the King received a generally negative reception from the mainstream press, garnering a 16% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 25 reviews, with a composite average of 4.3 out of 10.[6] The film was awarded four Doves by The Dove Foundation and received the Dove Family-Approved Seal.[7] The movie has been endorsed by the American Bible Society.[8] See also List of historical drama films References ^ Character and Morality in Entertainment, verified 2007-08-20. ^ Treasure Valley Christian News, by Ken Malgren, Boise, Idaho ^ ^ ^ "One Night with the King". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved May 27, 2009.  ^ "One Night With The King (2006)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved May 27, 2009.  ^ "One Night with the King". The Dove Foundation. Retrieved May 27, 2009.  ^ Mathews, Jack; Elizabeth Weitzman (October 13, 2006). "King-Size Story". New York Daily News. Retrieved May 27, 2009.  External links One Night with the King One Night with the King at the Internet Movie Database One Night with the King at Box Office Mojo One Night with the King at Allrovi Grace-Centered Magazine Christian Movie Review Financial data from Yahoo!