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The Miracle Maker (2000)

The story of Jesus Christ.

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Jesus (voice)
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God / The Doctor (voice)
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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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Herod (voice)
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Cleopas (voice)
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Barabbas (voice)
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Mary Magdalene (voice)
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Ben Azra (voice)
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The story of Jesus Christ.

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31 March 2000 (UK)  »

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£153,408 (UK) (31 March 2000)
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The last film of Michael Bryant. See more »

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Simon Peter: The Lord! I... he was... I thought they'd taken the body!
James the Disciple: Who?
Simon Peter: Priests! Romans! But... but he was there! In front of my eyes! In front of me! *This* near! Like...
Thomas: [irritated] I cannot believe what I'm hearing.
[walks toward door]
Simon Peter: Thomas! I saw him!
Thomas: You're all crazy, all of you. Dreams, visions, everyone's going mad.
[goes to open the door]
Thomas: I'm leaving.
Cleopas: [burst through door, knocking Thomas to the floor] THE LORD!
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A unique and thought provoking piece of work
15 April 2001 | by (England) – See all my reviews

This is a great production which is far superior to any of the 'epic' real life re-tellings of the life of Jesus. If you look at the list of theological advisors in the credits at the end of the film you will see part of the reason why - rather than a dramatic Hollywood interpretation of the story, this work is part based on the thoughts of people who have spent a lifetime reflecting on what Jesus meant. That means rather more depth than we get with, for example, John Wayne as a centurion in The Greatest Story Ever Told. Plus the puppets and animation mean that the audience (or at least myself) aren't distracted by the sets and the actors. It's real, but has an other worldly edge that makes it different. Very strongly recommended.


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