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The Making of 'The Passion of the Christ' (2004)

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"Making - The Passion of the Christ," presents an exclusive look behind the scenes of Mel Gibson's epic film. Featured, are interviews with cast and crew as they tackle the enormous task of bringing the last 12 hours of Jesus' life to the screen. Also, featured is an intimate look at Mel Gibson, the director. Written by Jason A. Payne

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The greatest Love
5 April 2004 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

Watch without prejudice. If you are a caring & sensitive human being, it does not matter who is suffering in this movie. If it were some stranger who was treated in the same way Jesus was, I'd have cried too. The movie is extremely moving, touching & beautiful. There's no better way to show you love someone than to give up your own life for them. Not like those suicide bombers who kill innocent people in their wake. But people who push people out of harm's way or the mother who chose to give birth to her baby knowing it could be fatal for her. These kinds of selfless deeds and acts show the greatest love. The violence is not there to thrill but to show how much He was willing to go through out of love for us. This is the movie's message: Jesus suffered and went through so much, and died for us because He loves all mankind.


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