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Passion Of The Christ Full Movie Tagalog Version Of The Bible


Passion Of The Christ Full Movie Tagalog Version Of The Bible




The Passion of the Christ is a 2004 American biblical drama film directed by Mel Gibson and starring Jim Caviezel as Jesus Christ. It depicts the final twelve hours of Jesus' life, mainly focusing on his arrest, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection. The film is based on the New Testament accounts of the Passion, as well as other sources such as the visions of Anne Catherine Emmerich, a 19th-century Catholic mystic. The film was a major commercial success, grossing over $600 million worldwide, but also received mixed reviews and generated controversy for its graphic violence, historical accuracy, and alleged anti-Semitism.


One of the most notable features of the film is that it uses Aramaic, Latin, and Hebrew as the languages spoken by the characters, with subtitles in various languages for the audience. This was done to enhance the realism and authenticity of the film, as well as to respect the original languages of the Bible. However, this also posed a challenge for some viewers who were not familiar with these languages or the subtitles. Therefore, some versions of the film were dubbed or translated into other languages, such as English, Spanish, French, German, and Tagalog.


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The Tagalog version of the film is one of the most popular and widely watched versions in the Philippines, a predominantly Catholic country with over 100 million people. The film was released in Philippine cinemas on February 25, 2004, coinciding with Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent. The film was rated R-18 by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB), meaning that only viewers aged 18 and above were allowed to watch it. However, some Catholic bishops and groups appealed to the MTRCB to lower the rating to PG-13 or even G, arguing that the film was a powerful tool for evangelization and catechesis. The MTRCB eventually agreed to lower the rating to R-13 on March 17, 2004, allowing more people to watch the film.


The Tagalog version of the film was also released on DVD and VCD formats by Star Home Video on April 9, 2004, Good Friday. The DVD and VCD versions included both the original version with subtitles and the dubbed version in Tagalog. The dubbed version was voiced by well-known Filipino actors and actresses, such as Cesar Montano as Jesus Christ, Dina Bonnevie as Mary Magdalene, Tirso Cruz III as Pontius Pilate, Ricky Davao as Simon Peter, Joel Torre as Judas Iscariot, Pen Medina as Caiaphas, Rio Locsin as Mary, mother of Jesus, and Eddie Garcia as Herod Antipas. The DVD and VCD versions also included bonus features such as behind-the-scenes footage, interviews with Mel Gibson and Jim Caviezel, trailers, and a documentary on the making of the film.


The Tagalog version of the film has been praised by many Filipino viewers and critics for its faithful adaptation of the biblical story, its powerful portrayal of Jesus' suffering and love, its artistic cinematography and music, and its effective use of Tagalog language and culture. Some viewers even claimed that they experienced spiritual conversions or healings after watching the film. However, some viewers also criticized the film for its excessive violence, its historical inaccuracies, its negative depiction of Jews and Romans, and its lack of context and explanation for some scenes.


The Passion of the Christ is not only a film but also a cultural phenomenon that has influenced millions of people around the world. The Tagalog version of the film is one of the many ways that Filipinos have experienced and expressed their faith in Jesus Christ. The film is not only a source of entertainment but also a medium of evangelization and education. The film invites viewers to reflect on the meaning and significance of Jesus' passion, death, and resurrection for their lives and for the world. The film challenges viewers to respond to Jesus' call to follow him and to share his love with others.


References





  • [The Passion of The Christ - Wikipedia]



  • [The Passion of The Christ (2004) - IMDb]



  • [The Passion of the Christ - Languages - Wikipedia]



  • [Bishops want 'Passion' rating lowered - Philstar.com]



  • [MTRCB lowers 'Passion' rating to R-13 - Philstar.com]



  • [The Passion of the Christ (Tagalog Version) - YouTube]



  • [The Passion of the Christ (2004) - DVD Menu - YouTube]



  • [The Passion of the Christ: A Review of Mel Gibson's Movie Bible.org]



  • [The Passion of the Christ: Reflections and Resources Loyola Press]




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