As am I. If I'm honest, I had actually forgotten the movie existed, even though I loved it, after a few months of watching it the first time. And, thinking back on it now, I'm not sure it makes much of an argument on its own, though it does seem to be a Tale.
That is, unless it's something along the lines of "Start believing ~something~, and you can free a people." This is one of the reasons that I'm arguing so heavily for Mind. This appears to be what Dreamwork's intent was, considering the source material. It is that scene of the parting of the Red Sea that I think maintains this orientation: Moses finally just has complete faith that things will work out as they should. Though, before that, he seems to be ever so slightly wobbly on that idea.
On the other hand, I have an MC Universe Storyform that works extraordinarily well, also. Thus, I think that's why we get the flip-flop feel of the movie. I'm fine with saying that Dreamworks managed to illustrate the Issues without pinpointing the Domains, if you are.
After this, though, I could imaging a certain Dramatica Story Expert coming along and saying, "Nope, you missed this obvious thing and the MC and IC Domains are clearly this." Though, I would hope that our analysis is on point, and that there is something that isn't quite complete. Should we ping him, or go a little further, or just say we're done?