Produced by the son of Trinity Broadcasting Network founder Paul Crouch, this historical epic offers a solid two hours of spectacle and intrigue drawn from The Book of Esther by way of Tommy Tenney and Mark Andrew Olsen's novel Hadassah
. Susa, Persia, 4th century BC: Orphaned Hadassah (Tiffany Dupont) has been raised by her uncle Mordecai (John Rhys-Davies), a Jewish scribe to the court of King Xerxes (Brit-rocker Luke Goss), to be a pious, faithful woman. Though Persia has a significant Jewish population, they live there at the whim of the king and are always vulnerable. Persia is on the brink of war with Greece, and during a lavish banquet meant to exalt Xe...