The Red Tent
“The Red Tent” is a sweeping tale that takes place during the times of the Old Testament, told through the eyes of Dinah, the daughter of Leah and Jacob.
Be amazed by the fantastic adaption of Anita Diamantâ€™s bestseller â€˜The Red Tentâ€™. Dinahâ€™s name is only mentioned in the Bible in the chapters about her father Jacob in the Book of Genesis. She is the protagonist of this miniseries and the main narrator of the story. She describes the traditions and disorder of the ancient fair sex. Dinahâ€™s melodic ingratiating voice recounts the story of the four wives of Jacob, her mothers: Leah, Rachel, Zilpah, and Bilhah. They sympathize with their child Dinah and give her gifts that to maintain her during an uneasy adolescence, a calling to midwifery, and move to new unknown land - Shechem city. Dinah relates us of the red tent world the place where women are isolated during their cycles of birthing, menses, and illness. She initiates us into her tribal religion and traditions, enigma and marvel of the world of shepherds, caravans, farmers, and slavery.Read more »