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I'm a Roman/Judean history nut, so when this came out, I had to see it. Three hours later, I have mixed thoughts.The Good: the plot! It has its shaky moments but overall, this is a decent script. Barabbas comes across as a cynical, self-serving boy who undergoes a change of heart and finds redemption. Pilate's wife, Claudia, also has a decent role, far bigger than any another depiction of her ever made—although I can't tell the end of her storyline made me happy! Wandering in and out of various biblical happenings was also fun.The Strange: can someone explain to me why Pilate has a beard? It wasn't fashionable for Romans at the time. He's also much too short to be a believable governor, considering Barabbas is about a foot taller. Why does Ester one minute say Barabbas fornication is a sin vs God, then turns around awhile soon after following Jesus around and fornicates with him? Also, even though thirty years have passed by the end (which the movie doesn't say us, and most folks ignorant of the time period wouldn't know), no one gets any older except Peter why is that? The Bad: the acting! I'm not sure if it was foreigners struggling to speak in English rather than Italian that turned in such a crop of mediocre and sometimes downright painful performances, or that they just have no talent, but almost no one in this production is memorable. Zane is better than most but still hams it up a bit; I also wonder why Hristo Shopov is wasted in a minor role. He's played Pilate twice before (in Mel Gibson's film, and in a foreign follow-up), so it's strange they wouldn't allow him do it again, particularly given that he has five times the presence and "governor-ness" than "this" Pilate. Also, something is "off" in this Jesus, but I'm not sure what; it's slightly creepy in places.The Result: is a decent movie hampered by its weak production values; if you can overlook that, it's enjoyable, moving, and quite often surprising in where it leads.
it is an TV religious film like many others. the sins are not very great, the performance is not terrible and Billy Zane has the possibility to do a credible character. the minigame with the Fresh Testament facts is regrettable but seems be only part of director vision about subject. the serious trouble remains the dialogs and not the greatest choice for Jesus role. but for a hunter of Bible adaptations is a great title. maybe for the force of several images, the acting of some actors or for the atmosphere. only observation - it is an inspired option to not have nice expectations. because it is only a common religious film, not the greatest novel adaptation but nice opportunity to remember an old helpful storyline about find of faith.
it is his film. and that is the virtue and the sin of movie. because Billy Zane, far to be Anthony Quinn, does a decent job looking to discover his characters nuances. but the script and many actors are not the most inspired choices. sure, it is a great adaptation of a nice novel. a religious movie who has not the ambition to be great. a picture of a time, a method and a discovery . the history of a man's change. several pretty scenes, the landscapes and the desire to recommend more than show are the nice points. but maybe not enough for define Barabbas more than a TV exercise to remind a book. because, after its end, Billy Zane seems not be only the lead actor but the only actor. because the realism used in several scenes not covers the absence of convincing dialogues.so, an adaptation of Barabbas. not the best.
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