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Zovite babicu. Frank Deasy was announced as having won the contract in July Stafford-Clark chose him because he believed that Deasy understood the scale of the project.
Matthew Pier Paolo Pasolini , over The Passion of the Christ Mel Gibson , Jesus of Nazareth had opposite effect on him, in that he believed Franco Zeffirelli 's version was too spiritual.
In his version, Deasy wanted to "draw Jesus down into the world more as a human character who is frustrated, angry, fearful and doubtful, and who doesn't have what is almost a mask of humanity, but is truly human.
Following his appointment as writer, Deasy spent the next year researching the gospels in Israel and consulting Goodacre. Drawing on what he had learned from Jesus of Nazareth , Deasy chose to portray Jesus as the "human character" in Matthew and Mark , rather than the god-like figure in John.
He also incorporated Jesus's relationship with women as written in Luke. In it, a peasant coming to Passover in Jerusalem is frightened when he comes across the disciples, because they've been in the desert or in Galilee for two years.
They've been sleeping out and they appear slightly intimidating to him. It attempts to introduce a world in which Christianity didn't yet exist and these precepts and concepts that are so familiar to us now, were startlingly new and really exploded on the scene during this crucial week.
Deasy and Stafford-Clark were also interested in opening up the story beyond the "vacuum" in which they believe other depictions of the week are set.
They did this by expanding the roles of Caiaphas and Pilate beyond mere "panto villains", and examining the politics of Judea at the time; Deasy explained that it was "much more rich to see Caiaphas as a flawed human being".
He was cast in May and prepared for the role by reading "the Gospels, research papers, medical documents, endless books and prayers". By chance, the two met in the toilets at Gatwick Airport when Powell was going on holiday with his family and Mawle was leaving for Morocco to film The Passion.
He initially did not want the part, but took it when his agent told him that Stafford-Clark was the producer; Nesbitt had enjoyed his version of Bleak House.
He played Pilate as "a cold, hard warrior", and was inspired—by the peace in Ireland—to play him Irish.
Of playing Mary, she said, "I was looking at her journey, who this person was and her relationship to Jesus. And looking at her as a woman and her predicament.
Production was based at the Atlas Studios in Morocco. Principal photography took place from 27 August to 23 October.
The scene was filmed over three days and was frequently interrupted by torrential downpours. Mawle's make-up call came at 3. As he carried the cross over the sand, Mawle imagined the pain and exhaustion Jesus felt when he did it.
Mark Goodacre advised that this was the most common and effective method of crucifixion used by the Romans, and Elliot believed that "the Victorian image" did not match historical evidence; The Passion ' s interpretation was based on a skeleton of a crucified man that was discovered near Jerusalem in the s.
The first episode was given a preview screening by the BBC at the Apollo West End cinema on 28 February The episode was introduced by BBC controller of fiction Jane Tranter to an invited audience of press and religious leaders.
The serial opened with an hour-long episode on 16 March, followed by a half-hour episode on 17 March, another hour-long episode on 21 March and a concluding half-hour episode on 23 March.
An omnibus -style repeat of the first three parts was broadcast in the afternoon of 21 March. The series was generally well received.
The main review in The Guardian of the first episode was positive, remarking "you could watch The Passion and totally forget that this story was central to a major world religion.
And that's a good thing, I think. Stephen Green , from Christian Voice , voiced disquiet over the series giving sympathetic portrayals to Caiaphas and Pilate, though press reactions found this unjustified.
The Passion was released on DVD in the UK by Acorn Media UK on 20 October From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article is about the TV drama relating Christ's last days. For the TV drama series set in Devon, see The Passion TV series. For other uses, see The Passion disambiguation.
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