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IN Celebrities ON 29 Jul, 2016
For more than a decade ago, the film "The Passion of the Christ" impressed the cinematic critiques, as well as touched and inspired that hearts of Christians and non-Christians. The movie has a very effective realistic depiction of the Christian prophet Jesus Christ and how he became the price needed to cleanse this world's sins.
On February 25, 2004, the multi-awarded masterpiece starring Jim Caviezel as Jesus Christ, directed and produced by Mel Gibson, with other producers Bruce Davey and Stephen McEveety was first watched on the silver screen all over the world.
Even if that's a decade-old production, its influence to the devotees, believers, and religious enthusiasts are still too deep, although facts about this movie on and off the camera are still being talked about. Up to now, there are some more bits of information people are unfamiliar about.
Right now, we can put these unknown facts for a deeper understanding of the movie.
Not once, but twice. The second one also affected his wrist because he had to pull it from the tight iron wristband. I can clearly imagine the real freaking feeling from this end.
Realistically the effin' painful feeling which manifests through his face was caught in the final movie output.
More so, his blue eyes were surprisingly transformed into a brownish color. That may be affected by the climatic condition occurring in the shooting site.
Bros and hoes, the amount got definitely the highest number in the whole international Film History so far.That's $611,899,420. What an enormously high amount!
Good thing, he's still alive. That a serious load of electric currents!
He believes that having no music will set the mood of the whole movie as classic, serious and more emotional due to the scenes not by what song or musical arrangement is tucked in. Surprisingly, the film's musical score created by John Debney was nominated as Best Musical score at the Oscars in 2005.
She did not reveal her condition right away. According to accounts, Maia told this to Jim with a Romanian-English accent:"I have baby in stomach."
One of the most famous instances was on the actor Luca Lionello who portrayed Judas Iscariot. Apparently, Luca was an atheist before switching his religion.
In case you didn't know, it was based on famous artist Michaelangelo's La Pieta.
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