is a 2022 fantasy romance drama based on A. S. Byatt’s short story “The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye” from 1994. Idris Elba plays a djinn who is released from a bottle by a professor (Tilda Swinton) and recounts her stories from his thousands of years of existence in the film.
Here’s how you can watch and stream Three Thousand Years of Longing via streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video.Watch Three Thousand Years of Longing Right Here The plot follows Alithea Binnie, a narrative and myth expert who buys a bottle from an antique shop as a cultural souvenir during her travels to Istanbul, only to discover that it is supposedly home to a genie.Watch Three Thousand Years of Longing streaming via Amazon Prime VideoA subscription to the streamer allows you to access several movies and TV shows, including originals like The Summer I Turned Pretty, The Wheel of Time, and A Million Miles Away.$14.
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