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Country  France
6.6/10 IMDb

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Language  Silent
Vie et Passion du Christ movie poster
Director  Lucien Nonguet Ferdinand Zecca
Release date  May 1903 (1903-05) (France) 26 March 1904 (1904-03-26) (U.S.)

Vie et Passion du Christ (Life and Passion of the Christ) is a 44-minute French silent film that was produced and released in 1903. As such, it is one of the earliest feature-length narrative films.

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The film, with sequences made in the stencil color process Path├ęchrome, takes a straightforward approach to its subject matter. All scenes are introduced by an inter-title giving the traditional name of the event (the Annunciation, the Nativity, etc.) followed by the actors playing out the familiar stories from the Gospels. Other than the scene titles, there are no other inter-titles.

Vie et Passion du Christ La vie et passion de notre seigneur Jesus Christ 1903 YouTube

In 1932, the film was re-issued in the U.S., distributed on a states-rights basis. Instead of the stencil coloring effect, however, the film was printed on red-tinted stock, with a musical score by James C. Bradford.

Vie et Passion du Christ La vie et la passion du Christ 1903 A Cinema History

Its original French title was La Vie et la passion de J├ęsus Christ (The Life and the passion of Jesus Christ).

Vie et Passion du Christ Vie et la passion de Jsus Christ La 1905 YouTube

Vie et Passion du Christ The Penciltonian La Vie et la Passion de Jesus Christ 1903
Vie et Passion du Christ The Passion Play Life and Death of Christ 1903 Ferdinand Zecca

References

Vie et Passion du Christ Wikipedia
Vie et Passion du Christ IMDb Vie et Passion du Christ themoviedb.org


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