Freely adapted from the novel by Leon Uris, Exodus is a deeply moving mural on the difficulties faced by holocaust survivors to reach the land of Israel before its independence. The first major American film produced in Israel, it celebrates the rebirth of a people and the establishment of a nation. The famous soundtrack for Exodus, composed by Ernest Gold was awarded in 1960 with an Oscar for Best Original Music and a Grammy Award for Best Song and Best Original Score. This is a passionate score filled with ethnic inspirations. The variety of themes and melodies make it one of the most beautiful soundtracks in film history.
Exodus: Theme from Exodus