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Jesus von Nazareth begibt sich nach einem Abendmahl mit seinen Jüngern in den Garten Gethsemani, um zu beten. Dort wartet bereits Satan auf ihn und versucht, ihn in Versuchung zu bringen - ohne Erfolg. Indes wird er jedoch von seinem eigenen. Die Passion Christi (Originaltitel: The Passion of the Christ) ist ein Spielfilm von Mel Gibson aus dem Jahr über die Passion Jesu von Nazaret vom Ölberg. Wie bereits bei der "Passion" seien auch bei der "Auferstehung" erneut Mel Gibson (63) als Regisseur, Jim Caviezel (50) in der Rolle des Jesus. Mel Gibson, der große australische Filmemacher und Antisemit, plant „The Passion of the Christ II“. Von wegen, nach der Kreuzigung gäbe es. Tief in sich gekehrt, erscheint ihm Satan und Jesus erfährt eine Vision dessen, was ihm in den kommenden Stunden widerfahren wird. Mel Gibsons kontroverse​.

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Die Passion Christi (Originaltitel: The Passion of the Christ) ist ein Spielfilm von Mel Gibson aus dem Jahr über die Passion Jesu von Nazaret vom Ölberg. Tief in sich gekehrt, erscheint ihm Satan und Jesus erfährt eine Vision dessen, was ihm in den kommenden Stunden widerfahren wird. Mel Gibsons kontroverse​. Der Leidensweges Jesu ist der Anfang des Christentums. Mel Gibson hat die Bilbel schmerzhaft und schonungslos in Bilder übersetzt.

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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Nominated for 3 Oscars. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jim Caviezel Jesus Maia Morgenstern Mary Christo Jivkov Peter Monica Bellucci Magdalen Mattia Sbragia Caiphas Toni Bertorelli Annas Luca Lionello Judas Hristo Shopov Claudia Procles Fabio Sartor Attempting to appease the crowd, Pilate orders that Jesus be severely flogged.

Jesus is then scourged, abused, and mocked by the Roman guards. They take him to a barn where they place a crown of thorns on his head and tease him saying "Hail, king of the Jews".

A bleeding Jesus is presented before Pilate, but Caiaphas, with the crowds' encouragement, continues demanding that Jesus be crucified.

Pilate washes his hands of the affair, and reluctantly orders Jesus' crucifixion. Satan observes Jesus' suffering with sadistic pleasure.

As Jesus carries a heavy wooden cross along the Via Dolorosa to Calvary, Saint Veronica a woman avoids the escort of soldiers and requests that Jesus wipe his face with her cloth , to which he consents.

She offers Jesus a pot of water to drink but the guard hurls it away and dispels her. During the journey to Golgotha, Jesus is beaten by the guards until the unwilling Simon of Cyrene is forced into carrying the cross with him.

At the end of their journey, with his mother Mary, Mary Magdalene, and others witnessing, Jesus is crucified. Hanging from the cross, Jesus prays to God the Father asking forgiveness for the people who tormented him, and provides salvation to a penitent thief crucified beside him.

Jesus surrenders his spirit to the Father and dies. A single droplet of rain falls from the sky to the ground, triggering an earthquake which destroys the temple and rips the veil covering the Holy of Holies in two.

Satan screams in defeat from the depths of Hell. Jesus' body is taken down from the cross and entombed. Jesus rises from the dead and exits the tomb resurrected, with wound holes visible on his palms.

Jesus died for all mankind, suffered for all of us. It's time to get back to that basic message. The world has gone nuts. We could all use a little more Love, Faith, Hope and forgiveness.

According to Mel Gibson, the primary source material for The Passion of the Christ is the four canonical Gospel narratives of Christ's passion.

The film includes a trial of Jesus at Herod's court , which is only found in the Gospel of Luke. Many of the utterances from Jesus in the film cannot be directly sourced to the Gospel and are part of a wider Christian narrative.

The film also draws from other parts of the New Testament. One line spoken by Jesus in the film, "I make all things new", is found in the Book of Revelation , Chapter 21, verse 5.

The film also refers to the Old Testament. Many of the depictions in the film deliberately mirror traditional representations of the Passion in art.

All the stations are portrayed except for the eighth station Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem, a deleted scene on the DVD and the fourteenth station Jesus is laid in the tomb.

Gibson was inspired by the representation of Jesus on the Shroud of Turin. At the suggestion of actress Maia Morgenstern , the Passover Seder is quoted early in the film.

Mary asks "Why is this night different from other nights? The conflation of Mary Magdalene with the adulteress saved from stoning by Jesus has some precedent in tradition, and according to the director was done for dramatic reasons.

The names of some characters in the film are traditional and extra-Scriptural, such as the thieves crucified alongside the Christ, Dismas and Gesmas also Gestas.

Screenwriters Gibson and Benedict Fitzgerald said that they read many accounts of Christ's Passion for inspiration, including the devotional writings of Roman Catholic mystics.

However, Brentano's attribution of the book The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ to Emmerich has been subject to dispute, with allegations that Brentano wrote much of the book himself; a Vatican investigation concluding that: "It is absolutely not certain that she ever wrote this".

Gibson originally announced that he would use two old languages without subtitles and rely on "filmic storytelling". Because the story of the Passion is so well known, Gibson felt the need to avoid vernacular languages in order to surprise audiences: "I think it's almost counterproductive to say some of these things in a modern language.

It makes you want to stand up and shout out the next line, like when you hear 'To be or not to be' and you instinctively say to yourself, 'That is the question.

Gibson chose to use Latin instead of Koine Greek , which was the lingua franca of that particular part of the Roman Empire at the time, since there is no source for the Koine Greek spoken in that region.

The street Greek spoken in the ancient Levant region of Jesus' day is not the exact Greek language used in the Bible.

According to the DVD special feature, Martin Scorsese recently finished his film Gangs of New York , and Gibson and his production designers constructed part of their set using Scorsese's set.

This saved Gibson a lot of time and money. Gibson's film was released on Ash Wednesday , February 25, Gibson consulted several theological advisers during filming, including Fr.

Jonathan Morris. A local priest visited the set daily to provide counsel, Confession , and Holy Communion to Jim Caviezel , and Masses were celebrated for cast and crew in several locations.

Minutes later, Caviezel also was struck. The first two albums each received a Dove award , and the soundtrack received an Academy Award nomination of Best Original Music Score.

A preliminary score was composed and recorded by Lisa Gerrard and Patrick Cassidy , but was incomplete at film's release.

Jack Lenz was the primary musical researcher and one of the composers; [32] several clips of his compositions have been posted online. Gibson began production on his film without securing outside funding or distribution.

In , he explained why he could not get backing from the Hollywood studios: "This is a film about something that nobody wants to touch, shot in two dead languages.

Gibson departed from the usual film marketing formula. He employed a small-scale television advertising campaign with no press junkets.

Typical licensed merchandise like posters, tshirts, coffee mugs and jewelry was sold through retailers and websites.

John Tanner, pastor of Cove United Methodist Church in Hampton Cove, Alabama, said: "They feel the film presents a unique opportunity to share Christianity in a way today's public can identify with.

The Passion of the Christ received enthusiastic support from the American evangelical community. In June he screened the film for pastors attending a leadership conference at New Life Church , pastored by Ted Haggard , then president of the National Association of Evangelicals.

In Malaysia, government censors initially banned it completely, but after Christian leaders protested, the restriction was lifted, but only for Christian audiences, allowing them to view the film in specially designated theaters.

However, it never received theatrical distribution because no Israeli distributor would market the film.

An edited version titled The Passion Recut was released on March 11, , with five minutes of the most explicit violence deleted to broaden the audience.

Gibson explained his reasoning for the new version of the film:. After the initial run in movie theaters, I received numerous letters from people all across the country.

Many told me they wanted to share the experience with loved ones but were concerned that the harsher images of the film would be too intense for them to bear.

In light of this I decided to re-edit The Passion of the Christ. Despite the attempt to tone down the content and remove the most violent parts, the Motion Picture Association of America still deemed the film too violent to rate PG , so its distributor released it as unrated.

Early estimates indicated that over 2. Although the original DVD release sold well, it contained no bonus features other than a trailer, which provoked speculation about how many buyers would wait for a special edition to be released.

It contains several documentaries, soundtrack commentaries , deleted scenes , outtakes , the unrated version, and the original theatrical version.

The British version of the two-disc DVD contains two additional deleted scenes. In the first, Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem at the eighth station of the cross and falls to the ground as the women wail around him, and Simon of Cyrene attempts to hold up the cross and help up Jesus simultaneously.

Afterwards, while both are holding up the cross, Jesus says to the women weeping for him, "Do not weep for me, but for yourselves and for your children".

In the second, Pilate washes his hands, turns to Caiaphas, and says: "Look you to it" i. Pilate then turns to Abanader and says: "Do as they wish".

The scene next shows Pilate calling to his servant, who is carrying a wooden board on which Pilate writes, "Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews", in Latin and Hebrew.

He then holds the board above his head in full view of Caiaphas, who after reading it challenges Pilate on its content.

Pilate replies angrily to Caiaphas in non-subtitled Hebrew. The disc contains only two deleted scenes in total. No other scenes from the movie are shown on disc 2.

On February 7, , 20th Century Fox re-released the film on Blu-ray and DVD featuring both cuts, with the theatrical version being dubbed in English and Spanish; [67] this marks the first time the film has ever been dubbed in another language.

The network has continued to air the film throughout the year, and particularly around Easter. Its total broadcast ran for two hours, but excluding the advertisements, it would only run up for approximately one hour instead of its full run time of two hours and six minutes.

TV5 is the first broadcast network outside of the United States and dubbed the Vernacular Hebrew and Latin language to Filipino through translating its supplied English subtitles.

The website's critical consensus reads: "Director Mel Gibson's zeal is unmistakable, but The Passion of the Christ will leave many viewers emotionally drained rather than spiritually uplifted.

In a positive review for Time , its critic Richard Corliss called The Passion of the Christ "a serious, handsome, excruciating film that radiates total commitment.

That his film is superficial in terms of the surrounding message -- that we get only a few passing references to the teachings of Jesus -- is, I suppose, not the point.

This is not a sermon or a homily, but a visualization of the central event in the Christian religion. Take it or leave it. A number of independent websites, such as MyLifeAfter.

Documentaries such as Changed Lives: Miracles of the Passion chronicled stories of miraculous savings, forgiveness, newfound faith, and the story of a man who confessed to murdering his girlfriend after authorities determined her death was due to suicide.

Other honors The film was nominated in the following categories for American Film Institute recognition:. Despite criticisms that Gibson deliberately added material to the historical accounts of first-century Judea and biblical accounts of Christ's crucifixion, some scholars defend the film as not being primarily concerned with historical accuracy.

Biblical scholar Mark Goodacre protested that he could not find one documented example of Gibson explicitly claiming the film to be historically accurate.

Now, so long as it didn't do that, I felt that I had a pretty wide berth for artistic interpretation, and to fill in some of the spaces with logic, with imagination, with various other readings.

Gibson's description:. It's evil distorting what's good. What is more tender and beautiful than a mother and a child?

So the Devil takes that and distorts it just a little bit. Instead of a normal mother and child you have an androgynous figure holding a year-old 'baby' with hair on his back.

It is weird, it is shocking, it's almost too much — just like turning Jesus over to continue scourging him on his chest is shocking and almost too much, which is the exact moment when this appearance of the Devil and the baby takes place.

Allen Jr. On December 24, an anonymous Vatican official told Catholic News Service "There was no declaration, no judgment from the pope.

On January 19, , Gabriel Snyder reported in Variety that before McEveety spoke to Noonan, he had requested and received permission from the Vatican to use the "It is as it was" quote.

Further complicating the situation, on January 21 [92] Dreher emailed Navarro-Valls a copy of the December 28 email McEveety had received, and Navarro-Valls emailed Dreher back and said, "I can categorically deny its authenticity.

Interestingly, Ms. Noonan reported in her Dec. She sent me a copy of that e-mail, which came from the same Vatican email address as the one to me and to Mr.

On January 22, Noonan noted that she and Dreher had discovered the emails were sent by "an email server in the Vatican's domain" from an Vatican computer with the same IP address.

The film is a cinematographic transposition of the historical event of the Passion of Jesus Christ according to the accounts of the Gospel.

It is a common practice of the Holy Father not to express public opinions on artistic works, opinions that are always open to different evaluations of aesthetic character.

On January 22 in The Wall Street Journal , Noonan addressed the question of why the issues being raised were not just "a tempest in a teapot" and she explained: [92].

The truth matters. What a pope says matters. And what this pontiff says about this film matters. The Passion, which is to open on Feb. The film has been fiercely denounced as anti-Semitic, and accused of perpetuating stereotypes that will fan hatred against Jews.

John Paul II has a long personal and professional history of opposing anti-Semitism, of working against it, and of calling for dialogue , respect and reconciliation between all religions.

His comments here would have great importance. Before the film was released, there were prominent criticisms of perceived antisemitic content in the film.

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Director: Mel Gibson. Writers: Benedict Fitzgerald screenplay , Mel Gibson screenplay. Available on Amazon.

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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Nominated for 3 Oscars. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jim Caviezel Jesus Maia Morgenstern Mary Christo Jivkov Peter Monica Bellucci Magdalen Mattia Sbragia Caiphas Toni Bertorelli Annas Luca Lionello Judas Hristo Shopov Claudia Procles Fabio Sartor Abenader Giacinto Ferro Joseph of Arimathea Aleksander Mincer Nicodemus as Olek Mincer Sheila Mokhtari Woman in Audience Lucio Allocca Learn more More Like This.

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Peter , St. John , Veronica who wipes Jesus' face and offers him water and several Jewish priests who protest Jesus' arrest Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea during Caiaphas' trial of Jesus.

Bob Smithouser of Focus on the Family's Plugged In also believed that film was trying to convey the evils and sins of humanity rather than specifically targeting Jews, stating: "The anthropomorphic portrayal of Satan as a player in these events brilliantly pulls the proceedings into the supernatural realm—a fact that should have quelled the much-publicized cries of anti-Semitism since it shows a diabolical force at work beyond any political and religious agendas of the Jews and Romans.

Anti-Semitism, like all forms of racism, distorts the truth in order to put a whole race of people in a bad light.

This film does nothing of the sort. It draws out from the historical objectivity of the Gospel narratives sentiments of forgiveness, mercy, and reconciliation.

It captures the subtleties and the horror of sin, as well as the gentle power of love and forgiveness, without making or insinuating blanket condemnations against one group.

This film expressed the exact opposite, that learning from the example of Christ, there should never be any more violence against any other human being.

South Park parodied the controversy in the episodes " Good Times with Weapons ", " Up the Down Steroid " and " The Passion of the Jew ", all of which aired just a few weeks after the film's release.

Several critics were troubled by the film's extensive, detailed violence, and especially cautioned parents to avoid taking their children to the cinema.

The movie is minutes long, and I would guess that at least of those minutes, maybe more, are concerned specifically and graphically with the details of the torture and death of Jesus.

This is the most violent film I have ever seen. Ebert also stated that the R-rated film should have instead been rated NC in a "Movie Answer Man" response, adding that no level-minded parent should ever allow children to see it.

In , writer Michael Gurnow in American Atheists stated much the same, labeling the work a mainstream snuff film. Scott in The New York Times wrote " The Passion of the Christ is so relentlessly focused on the savagery of Jesus' final hours that this film seems to arise less from love than from wrath, and to succeed more in assaulting the spirit than in uplifting it.

He wrote, "Surely Gibson knows better than anyone in Hollywood is willing to admit that violence sells. It's problematic that this time, Gibson has made a film that asks for a sensitive, serious, personal response to violence rather than his usual glorifying of vengeance.

I wanted it to be shocking; and I wanted it to be extreme So that they see the enormity of that sacrifice; to see that someone could endure that and still come back with love and forgiveness, even through extreme pain and suffering and ridicule.

The actual crucifixion was more violent than what was shown on the film, but I thought no one would get anything out of it.

In June , writer Randall Wallace stated that he and Gibson had begun work on a sequel to The Passion of the Christ focusing on the resurrection of Jesus.

He estimated that release of the film was still "probably three years off", [] stating that "it is a big project".

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