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Jim Caviezel as Jesus, crowned with a savage crown of thorns. Every effort was made by Mel Gibson and the makers of The Passion of the Christ to portray the last hours of Jesus as accurately as possible – without ‘sanitizing’ in any way the reality of the tortures inflicted upon him. This portrait, so shocking in its life-like intensity, reminds the viewer of the pain to which Jesus was subjected by his Roman tormentors. Here he looks out as if contemplating the crucifixion that is yet to come. Yet out of pain will come great promise. His death will be a sacrifice for the sins of all humankind. As John´s Gospel puts it: "For God so loved the world that he gave his only son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life."
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Catalogue Number: PASKD_34
Print Ratio: 3:2