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Famously known as the meal held by Christ and His disciples on the eve of His Passion at which He instituted the Holy Eucharist. This is the account of the conversations that were held at the table during this biblical time that equips us for proper living and eternal life..... Written by Shannon W. Rawls

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Hard to stop watching
17 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched the rough footage of this film and found it difficult to stop watching. Excellent performances and the camera work is awesome. The multi-ethnic vibe gives it more of a universal appeal. The blending of all the gospels re-tellings of this moment was a well crafted touch. This picture left me questioning a few relationships and other stories I had heard. The subtle allusions to a "bond" with Mary raised an eyebrow. There really is no way to compare this film to other versions. Shannon Rawls has definitely produced a worthy film. I look forward to a release date so I can tell my friends. I expect this movie to win some indie awards.


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