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Daniel, a professional actor, is hired by a North-Devon village to play Jesus in a production of the Passion play. His presence arouses various emotions amongst the villages, especially Ellie, a happily married woman.Written by
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I saw this when it was shown here and would now like to see it again.
I saw this when it was shown in three episodes on T.V. here and did enjoy most of the story but some of the characters were a little less true to life than they could have been. It also seemed a little over long being shown over three nights. Daniel and Ellie were about the most interesting characters and the husband of Ellie the least plausible character. It is only now after a considerable amount of time has elapsed since I first saw this production that I am keen to see it again and hope that it can be shown once more or released on video which I think I would buy. Paul Nicholls has grown on me since I first noticed his acting talents in The Passion and hope that he is seen in many more roles like this one. It would be nice to see a sequel to this story if this were possible.
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