The Young Messiah

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The Young Messiah

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Tells the story of Jesus Christ at age seven as he and his family depart Egypt to return home to Nazareth. Told from his childhood perspective, it follows young Jesus as he grows into his religious identity.

The book follows the life of Jesus Christ as he discovers he is the Son of God, and travels with his parents from Egypt to Nazareth.

Formerly titled as ‘Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt’

Release Date: (DVD/Blu-ray) June 14, 2016

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Film Cast

  • Sean Bean … Severus
  • David Bradley … Old Rabbi
  • Isabelle Adriani … Seleni
  • Jonathan Bailey … Herod
  • Sara Lazzaro … Mary
  • Dorotea Mercuri … Eleazer’s Mother
  • Lee Boardman … Roman Squad Leader
  • Adam Greaves-Neal … Jesus
  • Christian McKay … Cleopas
  • David Burke … Blind Rabbi
  • Agni Scott … Miriam
  • Rory Keenan … The Demon
  • Vincent Walsh … Joseph
  • Paola Lavini
  • Finn Ireland … James
  • Jane Lapotaire … Sarah
  • Matt Patresi … Cynical Stranger
  • Jarreth J. Merz … Eleazer’s Father
  • Paul Ireland … Optio
  • Giampiero Rotoli … Pilgrim 2
  • Simone Spinazze … Eli – Impoverished Pilgrim
  • Giorgio Antonini … Assailant
  • Douglas Dean … Physician
  • Marco Iannone … Wiseman 3
  • Andrea Scarduzio … Dove Seller
  • Gabrielle Chiararo … Mother Crying
  • Gabriele Dentoni … Eleazer’s Cousin

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The Young Messiah, 4.0 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

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  1. CFDb says
    18 November 15, 4:39pm

    Just saw this last night, interesting take, not based on the Bible, so it’s fiction, but it makes you think about things.

  2. Carolyn Hanks says
    02 January 16, 8:41am

    If It’s not true, then why did they make it. How could you see it if it don’t come out till March.

  3. Annelie says
    03 January 16, 9:45am

    A lot of movies are made that aren’t true or that tell a story that might not be spoken about in the Bible, causing you to think more and in this case, more about what Jesus’ childhood might have been like. We saw a screener of this movie recently.

  4. Ronald Mallernee says
    14 March 16, 11:40am

    Pastor’s, Ministry/youth leaders, and sometimes music leaders get to preview films. For instance I was able to watch God’s Not Dead 2 a month ago…great movie and true to scripture and science. this is a paraphrase of the Book of Q rewritten by a sci-fi/fantasy writer. The Book of Q is heretical and has Jesus doing miracles before the time he changed water into wine. I do not recommend it. This is another attempt to water down people into becoming lukewarm or “knowledgeable” false believers.

  5. abe says
    23 March 16, 10:51pm

    I saw this WONDERFUL movie twice. At first my ‘religious’ antennas were in activation while seeing the posters and the coming attraction trailers. Yet this movie will be a classic-or cult classic- in years to come! The idea that a writer like Ann Rice would woven in biblical accounts with ancient Coptic history and with child rearing is remarkable. If any ONE good inspiration is to come out of this movie is for parents to teach your child well about his heritage.

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