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Color of the Cross (2006)

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Running Time
1 hour, 48 minutes

Country USA

Production Companies
Nu-Lite Entertainment

Studio Nu-Lite Entertainment

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Genre: Drama

Plot: This powerful, epic film vividly portrays the last 48 hours of the life of Jesus Christ and challenges commonly held assumptions about Him. With moving performances from Jean-Claude LaMarre (Malcolm X) and Debbi Morgan (Woman Thou Art Loosed), this stirring film is a triumph!

The first depiction of Jesus as a black man, Color Of The Cross is also the first to suggest that the Crucifixion could have been racially motivated. A compelling script and astounding interpretations of The Bible make this daring masterpiece an achievement not to be missed. With its inspiring, unconventional approach to an emotionally volatile issue, Color of the Cross presents a fresh perspective on the history of Christianity and delivers as moving a portrait of His life as has ever been put to film!

By portraying Jesus as a black Jew, this movie may appear controversial to some. However, it stands to be the single most positive image of a black lead character in a film to date. This film will undeniably resonate in the hearts and minds of the black community and strike a cord of inspiration in the hearts of Christians of all ethnicities around the world.

Color of the Cross tells a story that is familiar to most. The movie addresses four areas: Jesus and his disciples, the state of mind of the

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 Directed by
Jean-Claude La Marre
Malcolm X, Basquiat, Fresh
 Written by
Jean-Claude La Marre
VooDoo Curse: The Giddeh, Malcolm X, Basquiat
Jean-Claude La Marre
Malcolm X, Basquiat, Fresh
Johann John Jean
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Adam Green
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Jesse Holland
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 Music By
Brothers in Arms, VooDoo Curse: The Giddeh
Jean-Claude La Marre
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