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The Revolutionary (1995)

Video  -  Biography | Drama  -  November 1995 (USA)
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This fast-paced film on Jesus, made in high definition technology, shows his life and teaching in a way that arrests the attention of audiences.


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Credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jack Adalist ...
Possessed Man
Mosko Alkalai ...
Gilat Ankori ...
Bleeding Woman
Erez Atar ...
Shepherd Number 1
Uri Avrahami ...
Father of the Blind Man
Sergio Barcala ...
Dan Fabian Bloch ...
Shepherd Number 2
Ezra Dagan ...
Shira Dassa ...
Little Girl
Eli Dor-Haim ...
Yehuda Efroni ...
Hedva Feigenblatt ...
Irit Frank ...
Yoram Gal ...


This fast-paced film on Jesus, made in high definition technology, shows his life and teaching in a way that arrests the attention of audiences.

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Biography | Drama





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November 1995 (USA)  »

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The Life of Jesus: The Revolutionary  »

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In this version of events, Jesus is not shown being whipped. He carries only the crossbeam of his cross to the place of execution. He is nailed through the wrists rather than the palms. His feet are nailed with one foot placed atop the other. The two thieves are nailed in a similar fashion, unlike some depictions in which they are merely tied to their crosses, thus differentiating their crucifixion from that of Jesus. See more »


Followed by The Revolutionary II (1996) See more »

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25 December 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's a big statement. It's like calling someone a genius, so often overused. But, truly, no man has lesser talent than Robert Marcarelli. Were this not made in 1999, I would have been convinced that this Passion Play was the inspiration for the LIFE OF BRIAN, only that Monty Python seemed to take Jesus more seriously. I sat, in complete, almost religious awe, at how anyone could make a film so completely without merit; A film where the actors managed to convey profound silliness with every staged glance; A film where you had people speaking in thick accents of their own origin - be they French, British, or Israeli; A film that would convince the Pope himself that the passion play was a lie and a fraud. I wish I could meet this sterlingly incompetent writer-director, Mr. Marcarelli. He is an artist of the first magnitude for achieving a surreal perfection through his consistent lack of a dramatic sense. How can a person achieve this zenith of badness? Well, I suppose you'd start by eliminating anyone in the cast that had taste, sensitivity and any acting ability. Next, you'd tell them to "act mad", "act happy", "act sad." And finally, you'd do only one take. The only thing that would make this work better would be if the lab showed the same lack of competence by overexposing and destroying the negative.

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