I really appreciated recognizing immediately many of the lines of Peter in this movie. There was some creative license with, I think it's 3 demon scenes, which is a toss up on personal clarity, if it's helpful. When junk pops into our brains we need to take the thought captive to the obedience of Jesus, speak scripture, cast out verbally and not run a mock; the lines of Peter do set this example correctly and controls the situation with the Word of God. Those scenes are are too freaky for the young. I do not remember in the bible a few of the apostles analyzing in prayer to Jesus, if they were the betrayer or which of their brother apostles were, leading to the crucifixion or that Judas prayed the way he did in the movie. Understanding all the aspects of Judas and how the apostles grew spiritually and generally maturity are tough to recognize. I understand the intellectual side of adding those scenes, but it was a little open ended in terms of human sorrow and holy repentance and spiritual maturity...all tough issues though. I just watched it a few hours ago so I haven't had a chance to check the scriptures. Overall, this is a very, very well done and touching movie. It is God honoring and when the scriptures are used they are accurate.
One of Loggia's final projects. A stellar end for this gifted man. Loggia's acting does an excellent job of making the person of Peter appear before you as he might have been. Sometimes, God, saves the best for last. :) I have watched this many times; just have not had the time to write the review.
I have to watch this movie one more time because I was associating it with Saint Peter the other movie and when I watched this, it was so different than what I expected so that is why I say I have to watch it one more time because this movie deserves its own merit. I will purchase "Saint Peter" the other movie soon.