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Behind the Scenes in making of THE LIFE OF JESUS CHRIST
What is often regarded as the world's greatest account of sacrifice, redemption and forgiveness literally came to life in a place where forgiveness is far more than an abstract concept. For three days in early May, 2012, Angola, America's largest maximum security prison, opened its gates to public performances of "THE LIFE OF JESUS CHRIST", a three-hour play directed and cast entirely by inmates. Staged in the prison's rodeo arena, set scenery transformed it into ancient Israel ad the actors recreated accounts of Jesus' life from the Gospel of Luke.
See the trailer for Cast the First Stone a film about The Life of Jesus Christ. The film is a documentary by Johnathan Stack and Nicolas Cuellar, which “cuts between the daily lives of inmates with scenes from the play.” Go to http://castthefirststone-themovie.com/