Color of the Cross

Color of the Cross

Jean-Claude LaMarre
 Cast: Jean-Claude LaMarre
Jean-Claude LaMarre
, Debbi Morgan
Debbi Morgan
, David Gianopoulos
David Gianopoulos
, Elya Baskin
Elya Baskin

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Actor/director/screenwriter Jean-Claude La Marre offers a controversial new vision of religious history with this interpretation of the Bible that presents Jesus Christ as a black man and suggests that the crucifixion, may, in fact, have been racially motivated. By exploring the last 48 hours in the life of Christ (La Marre), the director/screenwriter places the relationship shared between the Biblical Messiah and his disciples, the mindset of the Romans who occupied Judea, Joseph's relationship with his family, and the manner in which Mary and Joseph's family was affected by Jesus' persecution under the microscope to challenge conventional beliefs and encourage audiences to question the manner in which the story of Jesus has been interpreted by modern, organized religion. Beginning with the preparations of the Last Supper and ending with the Crucifixion that would set into motion one of the most spectacular stories ever told, Color of the Cross aims to tell a timeless and familiar tale from a fresh and thought-provoking new perspective.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/09/2007
UPC: 0024543405474
Original Release: 2006
Rating: PG-13
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:29:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jean-Claude LaMarre Jesus
Debbi Morgan Mary
David Gianopoulos Horatius
Elya Baskin Caiaphas
Jacinto Taras Riddick Peter
Ananda Lewis Leah
Akiva David John
Johann John Jean Judas
JR Dziengel Matthew
Marjan Faritous Mary Magdalene
Jean-Pierre Parent Thomas
Adam Green Thaddeus
Michael Govia Timothy
Shervin Daratzan James
Melvin Weiss Nicodemus
Paul Nagi James of Zebedee
Marc Winn Joseph

Technical Credits
Jean-Claude LaMarre Director,Score Composer,Producer,Screenwriter
David Aviv Executive Producer
Lila Aviv Executive Producer
Kristian Bernard Associate Producer
Horacio Blackwood Co-producer
Teddi Brown Associate Producer,Costumes/Costume Designer
Rachel Burch Executive Producer
Isaiah Cabbai Executive Producer
Albert Chevalier Co-producer
Akiva David Associate Producer
Beatrice Fakhrian Associate Producer
Flexx Score Composer
Michael Gonda Executive Producer
Elena Goodman Executive Producer
Matthew Gray Casting
Dennis Grzesik Sound/Sound Designer
Ken Halsband Producer
Darlene Haussmann Editor
Chet Hirsch Executive Producer
Itamar Ben Jacob Sound/Sound Designer
Jerbethaqui Costumes/Costume Designer
Teresa Keith Art Director
Alex Korp Asst. Director
Eddie Lahens Executive Producer
Liz LaMarre Co-producer
Yarden Levi Co-producer
Jessie Levostre Executive Producer
Donald Mattson Executive Producer
Paul Mayne Cinematographer
Cecil "Chip" Murray Producer
Jean Claude Nelson Screenwriter
Paul Noe Executive Producer
Sinclair Noe Executive Producer
Marc Porterfield Executive Producer
Nelson Quintanilla Executive Producer
Steve Saklad Production Designer
Beth Strickland Associate Producer,Costumes/Costume Designer
Marcello Thedford Co-producer
James Troesh Screenwriter
Marvin Wethington Associate Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Color of the Cross
1. A Dog in Golden Armor
2. Let History Judge Me
3. Accepting the Scripture
4. Sent by the Son of God
5. Why Not Me?
6. Gamaliel's Feelings
7. The Worst Time of Year
8. Arrangements Made
9. Peter's Struggle
10. Chosen Among Women
11. This Passover's Purpose
12. His Shoes to Fill
13. The Jesus Problem
14. The Time Is Short
15. Would You, Judas?
16. An Army of Fisherman
17. Mary's Warning
18. When I Am Gone
19. Eyewitness to Miracles
20. The Price for Betrayal
21. Where the Price Was Paid
22. Upon the Cross
23. In My Father's Eyes
24. End Titles

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Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this movie. It really gave me a biblical view of the last 48 hours before Jesus was killed. The acting was great. It gave you the following views. 1. It had a scene with the Jewish high priest discussing about Jesus being the Messiah. 2. It had a multi-color cast of the disciples. 3. It had a scene with Judas betraying Jesus. 4. It had a scene with James the brother of Jesus. 5. It had a scene with Mary the mother of Jesus. 6. It had a scene with Peter saying that he would never deny Jesus.