Cecil B. DeMille made a lavish production out of the Ten Commandments, naming it just so. You may have seen it. It remains a huge and visually staggering film, chock-full of indelible imagery from biblical accounts.
By contrast, no production of any sort is planned here -- no theatrics, no rehearsed scripts. This is a simple piece. In its deepest heart, it asks followers of religions -- Christianity most especially -- for a truce, one long enough to exchange information among believers and those who do not.