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This HBO/BBC production has some good things like the production itself, the acting and the scenery, but if you want to see a mini series that brings you closer to the Passion of Jesus, this is not an option.
As a Catholic I'm really disappointed that it left out so many key moments that are crucial in the account of the Passion found in the Bible, moments that explain and reaffirm Jesus' holiness. It feels that the writer was in a hurry to tell a part of the story and be done with it, cutting out what he personally felt was not important.
Nice try, but I would never see it again, specially when there are other productions that better depict the Passion and its true value.
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