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JESUS OF NAZARETH: Originally made for TV in 1977, this in-depth (six hours plus) version of Jesus' life is so thorough that the first hour is devoted solely to the story of his birth. The film doesn't skimp on some of the other landmark events of this famous story either ... see more
Originally made for TV in 1977, this in-depth (six hours plus) version of Jesus' life is so thorough that the first hour is devoted solely to the story of his birth. The film doesn't skimp on some of the other landmark events of this famous story either. Director Franco Zeffirelli gives more than 12 minutes screen time each to the Last Supper and the Crucifixion. Passages of the Bible are quoted verbatim, the locations have a Palestine-like authenticity, and, aside from some of the principals (Robert Powell as Jesus, Olivia Hussey as Mary, and Stacy Keach as Barabbas), many of the non-Roman characters are actually played by Semitic-looking actors. Zeffirelli diligently provides the sociopolitical background that gave rise to Jesus' following and the crisis in belief it caused for the people of Israel (and one or two Romans). While not graphic by today's standards, some of the scenes--baby boys being ripped from their mothers' arms and slaughtered, nails being driven into Jesus' hands--may disturb young and/or sensitive children.
Director: Franco Zeffirelli
Cast: Robert Powell, Anne Bancroft, James Mason, Rod Steiger, Michael York, Peter Ustinov, Anthony Quinn, Laurence Olivier, Claudia Cardinale, James Earl Jones, Stacy Keach, Donald Pleasence, Fernando Rey, Christopher Plummer, Ralph Richardson, Cyril Cusack, Ian Holm, Ian McShane, Olivia Hussey
Screenwriter: Suso Cecchi d'Amico, Franco Zeffirelli, Anthony Burgess
Production Co: Co-production UK-Italy
Music: Maurice Jarre
Original Title: Jesus of Nazareth
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