The Miracle Maker

The Miracle Maker
The Miracle Maker

Year

2000

Duration

87 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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A mum and dad with a sick daughter meet a carpenter called Jesus who performs a miracle, the starting point to the story of Christ as it unfolds from the little girl's point of view. Unusually for the story of the Gospels, it's told using 3D clay animation, the ingenious technology set against very natural simple storytelling. Russian puppeteers worked with the BBC on the life-like figures, and the star-studded cast includes Ralph Fiennes as Jesus.

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