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Period and Historical
This long-cherished project for director Martin Scorsese attracted some controversy, particularly before its release, with some commentators being worried that it was blasphemous to present Jesus as a very human figure, given to anxieties and fantasies. But those who actually saw the film could understand that while it may deviate from the Bible's presentation of Christ and is a challenging film, it is also a deeply serious one.
A gorgeous Technicolor fantasy - in a WWII setting - that puts the emphasis on celebrating life over fearing death.
11+ years 100 mins
One of Mexico's most successful films, it stars Gael Barcia Bernal as a young Catholic priest tempted while living in a small town where sin is rife.
16+ years 114 mins
Famed indie director Hal Hartley's playful film about the Second Coming of Jesus, who here is a New York businessman.
11+ years 63 mins
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