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Pontius Pilate (1962)
"Ponzio Pilato" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  1967 (USA)
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Letícia Román ...
Sarah
Massimo Serato ...
Riccardo Garrone ...
Galba
Livio Lorenzon ...
Gianni Garko ...
Jonathan
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Roger Tréville ...
Aaron El Mesin
Carlo Giustini ...
Decio
Dante DiPaolo ...
Simone
Paul Muller ...
Mehlik
Alfredo Varelli ...
Manuela Ballard ...
Ester (as Manoela Ballard)
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the Roman Point of View
21 January 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Interesting movie showing Pontius Pilate's reasons for the execution of Jesus. Like a modern policemen he has files on all local trouble-makers, such as the disciples. He wants Jesus convicted so that he can be spared at the Passover instead of the terrorist Barabbas. To this end he tricks Judas into betraying Jesus to the Pharisees so he can prove he is the Messiah. As Pilate anticipates he is condemned, and Judas, to his horror, is paid the appropriate 30 pieces of silver, the sum given to the man who betrays the Messiah. The crowd, however, choose to save Barabbas, not Jesus, and Judas hangs himself in remorse.


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