Acts of the Apostles (TV Miniseries)
- Original title
Atti degli apostoli
- Running time
- 340 min.
Roberto Rossellini, Vittorio Bonicelli, Jean-Dominique de la Rochefoucauld, Luciano Scaffa
Bradai, Edoardo Torricella, Jacques Dumur, Mohamed Kouka, Missoume, Zoviten, Mohamed Ktari, Hedi Novira, Renzo Rossi, Enrico Osterman, Giuseppe Mannajuolo, Mario Zampolli, Moncef Ben Yahia, See 17 More
Co-production Italy-France-Spain-Germany - West Germany (FRG)-Tunisia;
Orizzonte 2000, Radiotelevisione Italiana (RAI), Office de Radiodiffusion Télévision Française (ORTF), TVE, Studio Hamburg Produktion für Film & Fernsehen
TV Series. Drama | TV Miniseries. Religion. Biblical
- Synopsis / Plot
- This dramatization from the New Testament originated as a 342-minute, five-part television mini-series; it was subsequently released in a shortened, 280-minute version. In part one, the Apostles call the pilgrims of Jerusalem to be baptized, and Peter and John are arrested by the Sanhedrin but later set free. In part two, Stephen is stoned for disobeying Mosaic Law, Philip baptizes an Ethiopian eunuch, and Saul is blinded by the Lord while journeying to Damascus. In part three, Peter baptizes a centurion and Saul, renamed Paul, makes his first mission journey from Antioch in Syria to Pisidian Antioch. In part four, Paul preaches the equality before God of both the circumcised and uncircumcised. In part five, Paul is arrested in Jerusalem and sent to stand trial in Rome.
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