Actually, it was quite appropriate that I screened that film this past weekend, considering the parsha we read; Vayechi. It recounts the death of Jacob, his final words to his sons, and the oath that Joseph made with him to see to it that he would be buried at Machpelah with his wife Leah, his father and mother, grandfather and grandmother, and Adam and Eve, in the plot that Avraham purchased from the Hittites.
A story is recorded in the Sefer HaAggadah concerning the burial of Jacob that is particularly noteworthy. It concerns the sons of Ishmael, Esau, and Keturah who came to Machpelah to wage war against Jacob's sons, who had come up from Egypt to bury their father. Joseph, who had been made viceroy over all of Egypt, second only to Pharaoh himself, had placed his crown on Jacob's coffin. When they saw this, instead of waging war they removed their crowns and placed them on the coffin with Joseph's in homage to the servant of Hashem.
The story continues that Esau himself appeared, seeking to keep Jacob from being buried in the final plot in the cave, attempting to claim it for himself. Jacob's sons reminded Esau that he sold his claim as Isaac's firstborn son, and his portion as an heir. Esau demanded the bill of sale, to which they replied that it was in Egypt. Jacob's son Naphtali was sent to retrieve it.
Hushim, Dan's son, who was hard of hearing, asked what was going on. When the events taking place were related to him he said, "...until Naphtali returns from Egypt, is my father's father to lie shamefully unburied?" Hushim took a club and struck Esau on the head so hard that his eyes fell out of their sockets landing at Jacob's feet. According to the story, Jacob opened his eyes and smiled, which is why in the Book of Tehillim (Psalms) it states that "the righteous man will rejoice when he seeth revenge; he will bathe his feet in the blood of the wicked," (58:13).
It would do well for those who currently, and wrongly claim to alternatively be the descendants of Ishmael, Esau, the Hittites, Jebusites, Philistines, and possibly parasites, to take note of this story.