The Gospel of John
, the best-loved of the four Gospels, vividly comes to life in a faithful and powerful dramatization of the Biblical text. The Gospel of John
meticulously recreates the era of Jesus during a tumultuous period that changed the course of history. Starring Henry Ian Cusick as Jesus, and narrated by Christopher Plummer, and with a cast of 2500, The Gospel of John
has been adapted for the screen, word for word, based on the American Bible Society's Good News Bible by Emmy nominated John Goldsmith and is directed by acclaimed British director, Philip Saville. Rated PG-13 (for violence involving the crucifixion), Color, 2002.
Disc 1 includes the original 3 hour feature, as well as a shortened 2 hour version
Disc 2 includes all Special FeaturesSpecial Features:
- Historical Background Production
- About the Cast
- About the Filmmakers
- Academic Advisory Committee
- Interactive Map of the Holy Land
- Theatrical Trailer
- Glossary: Historical Terms
- Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1 Surround, Anamorphic Widescreen, English Subtitles
The best-loved of the Gospels, this film is a faithful and powerful dramatization of the Biblical text. Narrated by Christopher Plummer with a cast of over 2,500. Entire word-for-word version based on the American Bible Society's Good News Bible.