The Passion (2008– )
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Pontius Pilate, the new Roman prefect (governor) of Judea, grudgingly tolerates Jewish queerness as long as taxes flow to emperor Tiberius, especially from neighboring Syria. High priest ... See full summary »

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Michael Offer

Writer:

Frank Deasy

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Ben Caplan ... Yehuda
Ben Daniels ... Caiaphas
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Thomas James Buchanan Thomas James Buchanan ... Alghatos
Lewis Clay Lewis Clay ... Apostle Thomas
El Housseine Dejjiti El Housseine Dejjiti ... Centurion at Bakery
Tom Ellis ... Apostle Philip
Daniel Evans ... Apostle Matthew
Eoin Geoghegan Eoin Geoghegan ... Apostle Andrew
Stephen Graham ... Barabbas
Martin Hutson ... Pilate's Secretary
Mark Lewis Jones ... Apostle Marcus
Richard Katz ... Money Changer
Dean Lennox Kelly ... Apostle James
Stuart Kidd Stuart Kidd ... Simon
Shaz Kiran Shaz Kiran ... Jude
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Pontius Pilate, the new Roman prefect (governor) of Judea, grudgingly tolerates Jewish queerness as long as taxes flow to emperor Tiberius, especially from neighboring Syria. High priest Caiaphas wants to keep order at the Passover festival, part of his profitable exploitation regime of Jerusalem's Temple. Jezus Barabbas's terrorist murder of a tax collector makes Romans and temple eager to reassert order and authority. That may require curtailing Jezus's Gallilean disciples, as "this year's would-be messiah" challenges convention, social order and arguably the law. Written by KGF Vissers

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 March 2008 (UK) See more »

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HBO Films See more »
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