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Corpus Christi: Playing with Redemption (2012) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • Inspired by Terrence McNally's Passion Play told through the lens of a young gay Jesus, Corpus Christi: Playing with Redemption follows a group of actors who began production on the play seven years ago in a small church. Within months they suddenly found themselves thrust in the world spotlight touring to international acclaim. The documentary follows the troupe and the playwright sharing their stories with supporters and protesters as they continue their tour across the world to communities where hate and bigotry are much more prevalent. Mirroring the reflections of dialogue in society today, especially in regards to civil rights, marriage equality, HIV/AIDS, and separation of church and state, this production has become a vehicle of change for a community struggling to find its voice. Meanwhile, the company of actors find themselves on a journey that would forever change their lives.

    - Written by James Brandon & Nic Arnzen
  • The Religious Right meets "gay Jesus" in this character-driven feature documentary that follows a touring company's revival of Terrence McNally's play. What started as a 6-night performance run, turned into an 8-year global movement in Love. And the lives of everyone involved would be forever changed.

    - Written by 108 Productions
  • It's a revolting mockery of Jesus. Stop the mockery of Jesus Christ. Where do we stand as Christians? Imagine what would happen if this film were depicting Mohammad in the same way...the Islamic world would be in flames!! Apparently, some regions in Europe have already successfully banned the film. Many people are willing to express their concern and voice their opinion against this act of blasphemy?

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