'Judas' follows the titular biblical figure as he struggles with what to believe and who to follow. Robert Patrick has long held that this modern-dress battle of wills is his best work. More…
In Patrick’s version of ‘the greatest story ever told,’ Mary is the political revolutionary mother of a reluctant pacifist 30-year-old prophet; Pilate is the urbane, witty and reasonable Prefect of the Roman Province of Judea, and Judas is a young man who is a disciple of Jesus of Nazareth and the protégé of Pontius Pilate.
See it if a political exploration of the Christ story interests you. The projected set is gorgeous. The actors do a good job with difficult material
Don't see it if long philosophical dialogs put you to sleep. Not that a quick nap matters since you know the ending!
See it if You are interested in bliblical stories. My best friend is religious, but, he was actually disappointed in this.
Don't see it if You're not into re-telling of biblical stories