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Apostle Peter and The Last Supper

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Apostle Peter and The Last Supper – WOW! Fantastic job! It definitely surprised me! Great musical score as well! A Must See!

Film Synopsis:

Apostle Peter and The Last Supper

Apostle Peter and The Last Supper – The film relates the Biblical story of the Last Supper as told through the eyes of the Apostles.

Set in Rome A.D. 67, two jailers at the ancient Mamertine Prison take custody of a famous criminal. He is Simon Peter of Galilee — apostle, disciple and personal friend of Jesus, also called the Christ. Condemned to death, the elderly Peter (Robert Loggia) recounts his life as a simple fisherman who became one of the boldest figures in all of Christianity. As Peter prepares to depart this earthly life, he will make an unforgettable impression on his jailers through the saving power of the Gospel.

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  • Robert Loggia … Elderly Peter
  • Bruce Marchiano … Jesus
  • Laurence Fuller … Martinian
  • Ryan Alosio … Peter
  • Sarah Prikryl … Novella
  • David Kallaway … Processus
  • Leon Melas … Andrew
  • David Collier … Judas
  • Russell Wolfe … John
  • Emilio Doorgasingh … Thomas
  • Shawn Savage … James The Greater
  • Kevin Hoffmann … Philip
  • Tom Konkle … Matthew
  • Bill Oberst Jr. … Ragged Man
  • Adamo Palladino … Gallus
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Apostle Peter and The Last Supper, 5.0 out of 5 based on 3 ratings

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  1. JustObservn says
    05 April 12, 12:58pm

    Just viewed the film on television (TBN). I was moved – and I am not at all new to the faith.

  2. Tom Cheek says
    22 August 12, 1:28pm

    I bought this after first seeing the trailer. I’ve watched it a number of times! Bruce Marciano’s portayal of Jesus is amazing. I love the words “Peter” used, “As I gazed upon Him, I was afraid. Not of Him. His presence was like all the light and love and goodness in the world. I was afraid for myself. I knew at that moment that my life would now be about Him. But was I, a simple fisherman, strong enough to face such a life?”

  3. Fran says
    16 September 12, 6:47pm

    Truely a beautiful film. Unforgetable.

  4. Ryan says
    22 December 12, 3:07pm

    Fantastic movie. I actually found this site on accident while trying to find out if the producer has made any more movies like this.

  5. Tom says
    30 December 12, 4:39pm

    Did not think this movie was that great at all. I was looking forward to it. I was really disappointed with the conversions of the guards being to recite a type of sinners prayer… No emphasis on repentance, that I can recall. Very disappointing.

  6. Annelie says
    31 March 13, 1:19pm

    Cindy Says…This is actually a fairly good film. I rarely find one that simply follows the Bible and tells the story as it is written, and this one is another that takes a few liberties with the story…but not enough to have me screaming at the television.

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  7. Linda says
    27 August 13, 2:46pm

    Loved this film. Excellent job communicating the simplicity of the gospel. I plan to watch it several times because I know I will continue to be blessed by the different nuances woven into each scene.

  8. Nathan says
    13 November 13, 8:08am

    As a movie… It wasn’t too bad. Actors played well and played believable rolls. Unfortunately as Tom (above) said I didn’t see any emphasis on repentance. Peter had a message in the Book of Acts (2:14-39 & 10) Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost and this promise is unto you, and to your children, and to all that are afar off, as many as the Lord our God shall call.
    He wouldn’t have changed this message in the jail. The Bible is right!! We must obey the Word of God in order to have true salvation!
    The best thing I can say is get in the Book and read it for yourself, don’t rely on hollywood to tell you about Jesus and His grace!

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