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Paul, Apostle of Christ (2018)

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Directed By:  Director details not available
Written By:  Writer details not available
Details: 1 hr. 48 min. mins · English

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Cast:

Small Luke
Small Paul
Small Mauritius Gallas
Small Priscilla
Small Aquila
No_movie_poster Saul of Tarsus
No_movie_poster Irenica
No_movie_poster Cassius
No_movie_poster Octavia
No_movie_poster Ananias

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No_movie_poster Andrew Hyatt Director, Writer
No_movie_poster Terence Berden Writer, producer
No_movie_poster David Zelon Producer
No_movie_poster Jan A.P. Kaczmarek Music
No_movie_poster Gerardo Madrazo Cinematography
No_movie_poster Scott Richter Film Editing
No_movie_poster Patricia DiCerto Casting
No_movie_poster Edward Said Casting
No_movie_poster Dave Arrowsmith Production Design
No_movie_poster Ino Bonello Art Direction
No_movie_poster Craig Menzies Set Direction
No_movie_poster Luciano Capozzi Costume Design

Plot:

The setting is Mamertine Prison in Rome where Paul has been imprisoned because he has been deemed a threat to the Roman Empire. Emperor Nero has sentenced him to death. Paul's long journey to this place has been eventful. At one time—as Saul—he persecuted Christians relentlessly. And then he converted to Christianity. That is when Paul became the persecuted. His path has involved degradation, torture and shipwreck.





At Mamertine, he interacts with his jailer Mauritius and Luke the evangelist. Mauritius is curious about Paul and seeks to learn how this one man can have such a profound effect on the empire. Luke, his dutiful caretaker, takes this opportunity to write the Acts of the Apostles, a history of the early church. Meanwhile, the infamous persecution of the Christians under Nero is in full effect. As the time draws near to the date of his execution, Paul struggles with God's forgiveness for his sins. He must remember God's grace and near the end says, "where sin is prevalent, grace abounds more."