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Matthew 26:17 (2005)

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 ... See full summary »

Director:

Shannon Rawls

Writer:

Tony Bracy
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Cast

Credited cast:
John Abiskaron John Abiskaron ... Simon Peter
Andrew Archibeque Andrew Archibeque ... Andrew
Justin Bilancieri Justin Bilancieri ... Thaddeus
Greg Carlson ... James (Major)
Yvette Ciaramilaro Yvette Ciaramilaro ... Mother Mary (as Yvette Dolan)
Affion Crockett ... Nathanael
Brian Groh ... Jesus
La Trice Harper ... Mary Magdalene
Cassandra Hepburn ... Martha
Meng Johnson Meng Johnson ... John
Carl Santangelo ... Philip
Jay Seals Jay Seals ... James (minor)
Philip Shahbaz ... Matthew
David Thienes David Thienes ... Simon
Klatann Thomas ... Thomas
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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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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$3,900 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The Preview was outstanding!
15 September 2004 | by filmsofzionSee all my reviews

Having had the pleasure to be invited to a special viewing of the raw footage and selected scenes from the movie; I must say that Beout! and Brace Yourself! have put together a very compelling film which begs to be witnessed by those who have any interest in Christ, The Last Supper, the Apostles and what was spoken at the Last Supper.

I found the way the author (Tony Bracy) hinted at an 'unexplored' relationship between Mary Magdalene and Jesus Christ as tantalizing. They only speak a few words to each other but what Mary Magdalene says in the beginning of the movie sets up a provocative subtext of the few words they do speak towards each other.

For a short film I learned more about the personalities of the other apostles than I have in any other film. They actually talk; have feelings, uncertainties, reservations and trepidations about Jesus Christ and their mission as it is being revealed during the Last Supper.

Tom Trudeau as Judas Iscariot was outstanding! I truly loved to hate him.

La Trice Harper as Mary Magdalene and Brian Groh as Jesus were very believable. I love the international flavor of the casting, which made it all the more enjoyable to watch. The script was impeccability accurate ~ historically and biblically correct; it flowed from person to person; situation to circumstance to resolution flawlessly and moved fluidly without a seam.

I find it hard to believe that this is Shannon Rawl's Debut as a Narrative director! Welcome to Hollywood Shannon ~ this film as Academy Award written all over it!

I would highly recommend this film as a learning tool for anyone who has a modicum of interest in the Holy Eucharist. I rate it a 10+++++


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