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There are moments of happiness and joy in this film, and in several minor ways it's truly uplifting. Yet these moments are far and few between. Instead, it is mainly a journey through atrocity. We see a man - Jesus - arrested and tormented, accused of nonsensical charges, viciously beaten and ultimately put to death. What happens it horrible. And at no point does the film hide away from the violence bestowed upon the central protagonist. Given the severity of the torture scenes, this is not a film for children.
If one is interested in the religious connotations, this film explores the way that God Incarnate sacrifices himself so that the sins of Man may be forgiven. In and through the life of Jesus, so God - as Christ - learns to fully appreciate the difficulties of life, of the human condition, and He dies so that we may spiritually live on, gaining access to heaven. And so Jesus must suffer in so brutal a manner, enduring unbelievable pain, so that God's promise - as made in Eden - can finally be fulfilled, and the divisions that arose between Man and God are reconciled.
This re-telling of the New Testament saga is brilliantly done - and may be considered a masterpiece. I highly recommend it. Having watched it on Blu-ray, I can say that the video and audio quality is excellent. There are some 'bonus' features (a 'making of' documentary).
In nature,creatures kill because they have to.Humans kill because they WANT to.THAT is our sin.Not to a Jesus figure not to a godlike figure,but because we are inherently a selfish species,more so in today's society than ever before.We are gradually heading for a fall,that I have no doubt.Humanity,will go the way of the dinosaur,but unlike them whereby it was a NATURAL disaster,we will destroy ourselves.
This is what I got out of the film,the evil that men do...and still do,toward each other.
As for the movie,s graphic content..no worse than what you see on the internet,except that is real,this is a movie...a d a good movie at that,if that is the message it gives.
Mel Gibson produces a great film,realistic blood pouring from Christ whipping! Its a very good depiction of what happened to the man,his fears knowing what is in store for him!
Watch it! Buy it Great! 10/10√√√√
Jim Caviezel plays the part of Jesus and I feel he really gave his all in this role and I think he really got to grips with the horror and torment that Jesus endured, as well as displaying his compassion and love. I think he is a very under rated actor, who deserved an Oscar for such an amazing powerful performance.
It is a brutal film, but it is history and no more brutal than watching modern historical movies which show plenty realistic scenes.
It is a film everyone ought to watch whatever faith or not. It is compelling viewing, and the only other movie which was that intense on the senses was The Exorcist, another masterpiece.
I believe the reason this film was wrongly labelled as anti-semitic is because the subject matter is about Jewish history and a terrible crime. But in reality, Jesus and his followers were all Jews.
It is not hateful to Jews at all, but does show how a handful of elders (not all) within organised religion can try and corrupt things at the top, and misrepresent and not practice the faith properly by example, which is a recurring theme in the history of all religions and institutions, governments, legal systems and industry, where humans, not God, will try and corrupt or will inevitably make errors.
Jesus forgives his accusers and never once calls for revenge but forgives them as he says they do not know what they are doing.
The majority of the people are following and backing Jesus, and disagreed with the corrupt elder's accusations, who basically paid a mob to jeer and make false allegations.
The film doesn't incite any vengeance or blame towards Jews, and to be quite honest, if this film were anti-semitic, It wouldn't have passed Hollywood censors, where many secular Jews are employed.
It would infact have been against the law to make an anti-semitic film which would incite hatred, so to this day i am confused as to why people had claimed it was anti-semitic, or why some claimed it was too violent, when it was in context, and there are plenty films out there which really are gory and noboyd complains about the,. This was an intensely emotional film in reality, and that is why everything seemed too much to handle. But it was because it is a powerful story, and even without the violence, it is still compelling to watch....and not to be missed by atheists and fans of cinema, if just to watch for the power of film.
The Passion story is powerful as it brings a gritty realism to events in the past, with the themes of corruption, betrayal, the power of forgiveness, and not hating, but conquering death and evil.
visionary and to Mel Gibson in our times . The final hours of Jesus and his humiliation , torture and suffering has to be seen . Terrifying to think that it was permitted by God for and behalf of mankind.
Highly recommended (I would challenge any atheist to watch this and fail to be moved).
Would 100% recommend if you're a christian as it made me fall in love with jesus even more, it shows us visually how much God loves us.