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The Judas Project
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19 February 1993 (USA) See more »
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In a time of madness, a man of true greatness gave his life to save humanity. The man was the Son of God. The time is now. See more »
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How would you react if Christ had re-appeared on earth today? Would man kind repeat their mistakes or accept... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Jesus, the modern way See more (22 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
John O'Banion ... Jesse

Ramy Zada ... Jude

Richard Herd ... Arthur Cunningham
Gerald Gordon ... Jackson

Jeff Corey ... Poneras
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sue Amick ... Mother
Steven Anderson ... James
Richard Arnold ... John
Ari Barak ... DeCarmo

Nancy Duerr ... Judith Childs
Ray Holtman ... Pete
J. Michael Hunter ... Andy
Slavitza Jovan ... Asa
Leon McBride ... Buttons the Clown
Laurens Moore ... Blind Man
Dean Whitworth ... Man on Crutches
James Wiggins ... Drowned Son
Joseph Alex ... Carnival Member (uncredited)
Carl Espy ... Wino (uncredited)
Jennifer Rothschild ... Prostitute (uncredited)

Directed by
James H. Barden 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
James H. Barden 

Produced by
James H. Barden .... executive producer
Ervin Melton .... producer
James Nelson .... producer
Edward A. Teraskiewicz .... executive producer
Fred Wardell .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
James H. Barden 
 
Cinematography by
Bryan England 
 
Film Editing by
Noreen Zepp  (as Noreen Zepp-Linden)
 
Casting by
Judy Belshe-Toernblom  (as Judy Belshé)
Mark Fincannon 
Michael Vitale 
 
Production Design by
Philip Dean Foreman 
 
Art Direction by
Donna Stamps  (as Donna Stamps Scherer)
 
Set Decoration by
Donna Stamps  (as Donna Stamps Scherer)
 
Costume Design by
Darcie F. Olson 
 
Makeup Department
Dale Brady .... makeup artist
Jeff Goodwin .... makeup supervisor
Michelle Johnson .... hair stylist
Steve LaPorte .... makeup artist
Jacklin Masteran .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Margaret M. Moore .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
C.C. Barnes .... assistant director
Rocky Capella .... second unit director
James Eric .... second unit director
Richard Oswald .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Thomas V. Johnson .... lead scenic artist
 
Sound Department
Robert W. Glass Jr. .... re-recording mixer
Bo Harwood .... sound mixer
Ron Hitchcock .... re-recording mixer
Ron Hitchcock .... sound designer
James Nelson .... sound designer
James Nelson .... sound effects (as James M. Falkinburg)
Robert Thirlwell .... re-recording mixer
Dan Wallin .... re-recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Richard Edlund .... visual effects producer
Wayne Baker .... camera assistant (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Rocky Capella .... stunt coordinator
Greg Ferrando .... stunts
Kevin Larson .... stunts
Johnny Martin .... stunts
Mike Martinez .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
George E. Mather .... cinematographer: second unit
Jerry Whittington .... electrician
 
Animation Department
Mauro Maressa .... animator
 
Casting Department
Cynthia Stillwell .... casting coordinator
 
Music Department
James H. Barden .... music arranger
James H. Barden .... music producer
Jimmie Haskell .... music arranger
John La Salandra .... music editor
Alan E. Lindgren .... music arranger
 
Transportation Department
Roy A. Grace .... driver
 
Other crew
Rebecca Gnann .... stand-in (uncredited )
L. Robert Stanfield .... stand-in (uncredited)
 

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97 min
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The only film ever made by James H. Barden.See more »
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Jesse:What does rotting flesh know of beauty?See more »
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Thirty Pieces of SilverSee more »

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2 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Jesus, the modern way, 5 September 1998
Author: Dougie B from United States

This film claimed to be a modern re-telling of the story of Jesus Christ, however, it took the more American Fundamentalist approach to the story. For the most part, people's opinion on this film will be swayed on their view of the Christian religion. But, if you look more closely at this film , you'll see it doesn't even fit the views of many of today's Christians. Some examples:

1) The one female lead was portrayed as a seductive temptress, who only was out to corrupt men.

2) The person who killed Jesse (Jesus) had stereotypically Jewish features. (Also, it showed a him in a church with a picture of Mary in the background, possibly suggesting an anti-Catholic message)

3) It seemed to really press on the fact that anyone else with Jesse's (Jesus's) power would only want to use it for personal gain.

There were a few other things in this movie that were hard to pick up on, like one of Jesse's disciples being beaten by a cop for no apparent reason. It would appear that this might be an attempt to gain sympathy where none was able to be earned.

Again, people will either love this or hate it, based on their opinion towards Christianity. For a movie, it was decently done, but for someone who doesn't know the story of Jesus, it might be really hard to follow

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