The Passion of the Christ
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Jesus: Forgive them, Father. They know not what they do.

Jesus: Judas... you betray the Son of Man with a kiss?

Mary: My Son... when, where, how... will You choose to be delivered of this?

Dismas: I ask only that you remember me when you enter your kingdom.
Jesus: Amen, I tell you that you that on this day you will be with me in paradise.

Jesus: So love one another.

Pontius Pilate: I do not want an uprising.
Abenader: There already is an uprising.

Jesus: See, mother, I make all things new.

Jesus: Take this and drink. This is my blood, spilled for you and for many. Do this in memory of me.

Judas: I have sinned, betrayed innocent blood. Take the money back! I don't want it.
Caiphas: If you believe you have betrayed innocent blood, that is your affair. Now, take the money... and go.

Jesus: My heart is ready.

Mary: Why is this night different from every other night?

Jesus: Peter! Put it down! Those who live by the sword shall die by the sword.

Mary: Flesh of my flesh... Heart of my heart... My son, let me die with you.

Jesus: I am the good shepherd. I lay down my life for My sheep. No-one takes my life from me, but I lay it down of my own accord. I have power to lay it down and the power to take it up again. This command is from my Father.

Jesus: You have heard it said you shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy. But I say to you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you. For if you love only those who love you, what reward is there in that?

Continuity mistake: When Jesus tells Peter to stop fighting against the temple guards when in the garden, you can see the background behind him: a small tree by a large one. The shot cuts to Peter and then back to Jesus telling him to again stop. The background is now reversed.


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Question: When speaking, why was a mixture of different languages used instead of Hebrew? Hebrew was a primary language back then so shouldn't it have been the only language used?

Answer: Hebrew would have been the main language for Jewish residents, especially in religious teachings. However, Aramaic was a common language in Judea and it's believed that Jesus and his disciples spoke Aramaic. The land of Israel also had heavy Greek influences, and the Romans spoke Latin and Greek. The New Testament says the title Pilate wrote to put on the cross was written in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin.


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