Forsaken Promise

DVD Release: June 16, 2015
Forsaken Promise
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Synopsis

A two-part documentary program about the British Mandate period between 1918 and 1948 in the territory then known as Palestine.

Dove Review

Almost every person knows of the terrible crimes that Adolf Hitler committed against the Jewish people. Not many people know of the prejudicial treatment that other countries, especially England, committed against God’s chosen people. “Forgotten Promise,” a two-part documentary program, details the history of a persecuted nation.

In the early 1900s, even the English would not help the Jews return to Palestine. Over many years, the Jews were murdered, tortured, imprisoned, and unjustly treated just because of their faith. This persecution not only took place in Germany, but other countries as well. The stories are heart wrenching. This documentary provides a history lesson that not many have seen. The Jewish people endured cruelty for many years from those around them. Even when they asked for help, the world turned their backs.

Watching this documentary is a very eye-opening experience. It is heartbreaking how cruel people have been to the Jewish people. It tells a story of the politics, policies, mandates, and rulings that were aimed at the Jewish people, but only hindered their freedom. These people were given a “Forsaken Promise.”

Due to scenes of the cruel acts inflicted on the Jews, we give it the Faith Based Seal with caution.

Content Description

Sex: none
Language: none
Violence: Scenes of murder; fires; mutilated people without hands; bandaged, dead bodies; gas chambers; camps; war scenes; discussion of brutal beatings and death; war ships attacking; and destruction of land.
Drugs: none
Nudity: Naked bodies, half-naked children
Other: Persecution of the Jewish people; not helping others; camps for Jewish people after war; discussion of suicide; lies; deportation

Info

Company: Gateway Films / Vision Video
Writer: Hugh Kitson
Director: Hugh Kitson
Producer: Hugh Kitson
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 120 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe