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

"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... See full summary »

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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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22 February 2004 (USA)  »

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The best biblical documentary...
16 March 2004 | by (Plant City,Florida) – See all my reviews

After watching this PAX special and the Mel Gibson movie itself,I feel this is this best documentary that television can pass to the public. It also made me ponder on how other Jesus movies were made even though Mel defended his own project. I enjoyed the way how Jim Caviezel expressed his coincidences and feeling about portraying Christ. And the way Monica Belluci summarized that violence condones violence, I couldn't argue with her. If this documentary made PAX TV's ratings go up, I can't wait until the picture itself comes out on TV, though due to the intense violence perhaps only cable TV may telecast it.


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