Five years in the making, National Geographic’s stunning “Jerusalem” has arrived in Kansas City. The 45-minute film, presented in 3-D on the Extreme Screen at Union Station, is narrated by British star Benedict Cumberbatch and three young women representing the Jewish, Muslim and Christian quarters of the city.
Five years in the making, National Geographic’s stunning “Jerusalem” has arrived in Kansas City. The 45-minute film, presented in 3-D on the Extreme Screen at Union Station, is narrated by British star Benedict Cumberbatch and three young women representing the Jewish, Muslim and Christian quarters of the city. George Duffield
Five years in the making, National Geographic’s stunning “Jerusalem” has arrived in Kansas City. The 45-minute film, presented in 3-D on the Extreme Screen at Union Station, is narrated by British star Benedict Cumberbatch and three young women representing the Jewish, Muslim and Christian quarters of the city. George Duffield

‘Jerusalem,’ National Geographic’s film on the holy city, now playing at Union Station

September 20, 2014 9:59 PM

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