I found this 2010 film on the shelf at the library. It's an Israeli film about the last days of Sodom. The people doing the film, and I don't know anything about them, are actors on a long running tv sketch comedy show. God comes visiting, trying to get Abraham to sign up for his single God plan. All your religious needs in one deity. As an incentive he promises to blow up Sodom. Get rid of the scum of the earth. Abraham says he has a nephew called Lot that lives there. He tells God he's a good guy, be nice to save him. God gives the nod to his archangels Michael and Raphe to let Lot go. The Mayor of Sodom finds out everyone is to perish but Lot. He schemes to change places with Lot and save his bacon. He's not a good Jew, he eats of the piggy-wiggy, and he's a prick on top of that. There's not much on it on the IMDb but some people are comparing it to Monty Python. Certainly not as good as say Life Of Brian but in that vein. There are plenty of characters in silly situations and there's guys in drag. The sets and costumes were pretty good. The desert is the desert, occasionally it's interesting but I wouldn't want to go there, too sandy and hot. I didn't laugh my ass of or anything but it did make me laugh out loud 2 or 3 times. It made me groan about as many times too. Still, I was glad to have picked it up and watched it. I probably wouldn't have found it, I hardly have time to look for more stuff to watch, what with all the crap I have passing down my optic nerve right now. The dvd is 20 bucks on Amazon so I know I'm not going to buy one. Have to make due with the library or NetFlix. Someday we'll be able to sign up to a single service and watch everything you want when you want. Someday. Unless we get blown up, you know, for sucking so much.