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Marie de Nazareth (1995)

In Nazareth in Galilee, at the time of Roman emperor Augustus and of the king of Jews Herod, lives a simple young woman, Mary, between the love of her parents, of her fiancé Joseph the ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Myriam Muller ...
Marie
Didier Bienaimé ...
Jésus
Eric Jakobiak ...
Jean
Jean-Pierre Germain ...
Simon-Pierre
Francis Lalanne ...
Joseph
Marc de Jonge ...
Hérode
Myriam Mézières ...
Marie de Magdala
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Pilate
Jean-Loup Wolff ...
Joachim
Corine Blue ...
Anne
Thierry Maillot ...
Jean Le Baptiste
Pierre Lacan ...
Judas
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Alain Aswani ...
Disciple Thomas
Mohamed Basri
Adil Besri ...
Pierre
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In Nazareth in Galilee, at the time of Roman emperor Augustus and of the king of Jews Herod, lives a simple young woman, Mary, between the love of her parents, of her fiancé Joseph the carpenter, and of her fellow citizens. One day, a dazzling light, that of an angel, announces to Mary that, through the work of the Holy Spirit, she will give birth to a son, Jesus, who will be called the son of God. Written by Guy Bellinger

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Not as good as most
11 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

The story was choppy but this is understood because of time constraints and to keep it moving. The emotion seemed to be misplaced--none when needed, too much at other times. The acting was a bit stiff. Had the feel of a stage play. Christ seemed to stare into infinity a bit much and some of the others speech overs reminded me of a Japanese monster movie (Paul especially). As with most movies with a female protagonist there is the occasional male bashing and I'm sorry but was Mary nearby,in the room or around the corner of every major event in Christ's life? Maybe I'm just spoiled by "The Greatest Story Ever Told" version. ..... .....


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