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Most critics and distractors didn’t spare the Christian movie, the Passion of the Christ as they criticized it with a lot of words, terming it pornographic and full of arduous torture. This is not the case with the Christian community and other right-minded people.
The filming of the movie was done in Aramaic, though with English subtitles. That alone develops the film’s enjoyment and make the person emotional which will direct the mystery and sacredness to the subject. Since most people have an idea of what the movie is about, they will not get distracted reading the subtitles. Instead, you will find yourself getting all your attention drawn on the visual images on your screen, and time after time, you will find unfolding events that will captivate your attention more.
The Passion of the Christ puts together the four accounts in the New Testament Gospels to develop a vivid and top portrayal of the persecutions that Christ faced till He was crucified. It has been termed a must watch for all people by the most devoted Christians but minors should not watch the movie. Though passion forms the main theme, there may be violence in the film that will make it look otherwise. This calls for explanation to 16 years old before they can watch the movie.
The film begins in the Garden of Gethsemane, where we meet Jesus of Nazareth, praying to his Father to deliver him through the events that awaits him. In the shadows, is a satanic image that gives a lot of temptations and doubts. This figure says that no man can bear all the sins of the world, something that is impossible. All these temptations didn’t make Jesus give in, and the disciple Judas arrives to betray him to the many guards.
Jesus is chained and taken to the high priest to judge him. The leading priests and teachers of the law keep asking him questions which he affirms that he is indeed the Son of God. When they heard this, they mock him in contempt, hit him and spit on him. There being a judge call Pilate, they take him to him hoping that he was going to be killed there.
Finding no fault in him, Pilate has Jesus flogged with a lead-tipped whip. This was an opening of a lack of empathy page, where Jesus is brutally beaten. If you don’t stop the movie at that position, you won’t till he is crucified.
Mel Gibson’s use of flashback is creative and it takes the audience back to the life of Jesus as a kid. In general, the movies has been ranked one of the best films ever. The film illustrates and reviews that Jesus is the Biblical Messiah and if you believe that, then you will understand the passion of God.