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The Miracle Maker (2000)

The story of Jesus Christ.

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Rachel (voice)
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Tamar (voice)
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Thomas (voice)
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Pontius Pilate (voice)
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Jairus (voice)
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Mary Magdalene (voice)
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The story of Jesus Christ.

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The last film of Daniel Massey. See more »

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Pontius Pilate: Who is he, and what has he done?
Ben Azra: Jesus, from Galilee.
Pontius Pilate: Jesus? Oh, is this the man?
Pharisee: He opposes paying taxes to Caesar!
Pontius Pilate: In other words he shares your opinion. And?
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A Surprising video
25 May 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A Surprisingly useful video. As a teacher of Religious Education this movie was always going to be useful to me, but as a synopsis of the New Testament based largely upon the Gospel of Luke, this video offers an uncanny degree of insight. The creators have bothered to research particulars and peculiarities of life at the time of Jesus, and although there are particular details missing that disappoint me (e.g. the absence of the Dove at the Baptism narrative), individual cut-scenes from this movie make excellent alternatives to trying to get pupils to struggle through texts from the New Testament in class.

The frequent transitions between clay and cartoon animation as a theatrical technique needs explanation before use, especially if only watching brief clips, but these do not detract from the pupils own ability to empathise with characters and evaluate stories based on its presentation.

As an overall synopsis various pericopes are omitted, but this can easily be forgiven a movie of a commercial length, and suitable for pupils to watch in the course of an afternoon.

I personally, as a passionate Christian and student of New Testament Theology, find it a moving and engaging presentation, and it is among the DVD's that I'll stick on on a lazy Sunday afternoon: it's fine for the kids to watch (although obviously they don't get much of its meaning), and I'll enjoy it, too.


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