The Last Fisherman in the Sea of Galilee
Human-Interest Documentaries • 30m
An intimate and spiritual encounter of a Japanese director and a member of the Makuya community, which believes in both the Old and New Testament, as he follows an Israeli fisherman in the Sea of Galilee. The director has had only one question since his childhood: Why did Jesus choose his first disciples from the fishermen of the Sea of Galilee?
Language: Hebrew, English subtitles
Director: Nachshon Taishi Tanaka
Producer: Nachshon Taishi Tanaka
Writer: Nachshon Taishi Tanaka
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