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The Three Wise Kings travel in search of the Messiah, with unexpected obstacles on the way.
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Birdsong is a film by Albert Serra. Three wise men travel to meet the baby Jesus in a film. Serra shot and edited over 100 hours of footage. Mark Peranson is a Canadian film critic.
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