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Topic - Yoram Honig
Israel is tired of Hollywood filming Jesus' crucifixion in Italy and the Crusader invasion of the Holy Land in Morocco.
Israel is tired of Hollywood filming Jesus' Crucifixion in Italy and the Crusader invasion of the Holy Land in Morocco.
Even Israeli producers have shied away from the city: Out of 600-some Israeli movies made since the country's founding, only about 30 have been filmed in Jerusalem, Mr. Honig said.
"It's absurd. Movies set in Jerusalem are filmed in Malta, Morocco and Greece," said Yoram Honig, an Israeli film director and 10th-generation Jerusalemite.