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Though often portrayed as a grand scene in a prince´s house, the Last Supper was much more likely to have been a relatively humble affair. In the movie version here, Jesus and his disciples sit on the floor in traditional fashion. Rough stone walls complement an unadorned table set with plain clay vessels. The seriousness of the moment is seen in the expressions of all those present. Breaking the bread, Jesus explains that it is like his body that will be broken. The wine is like the blood that will be shed on their behalf. Though his disciples scarcely understand what he is saying, it is a moment that will be forever remembered in the Christian celebration of Holy Communion. "Anyone who eats this bread will live forever," Jesus had once proclaimed to the crowds. "This bread is my flesh, offered so the world may live."
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Catalogue Number: PASKDMOVFR5
Edition Size: 2000 only
Print Ratio: 3:1