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After refusing to propose marrying a man named Ephraim, she tries to live free from marriage. But Alisha is believed to be holding a demon because of her refusal to marry. Elisha asks Jesus to help him with his speeches about a kingdom of peace and love free from hatred, tyranny, repression and prosecution, to help heal Mary.
Mary Magdalene only snaps into focus as narrative when we get to Jerusalem, chiefly because it gives these kids something to physically rail against - moneylenders, Judas kisses, Romans, and all. It's a little on the late side, though.
A film of little dialogue, almost entirely made of mood. But the mood is pretty magical ... truly depicts how scary it would be to see someone brought back from the dead ... title is a cheat; this is the story of Christ, even if he has less close-ups.
Other than to show that a woman called Mary who wasn't a prostitute was involved in the final weeks of the Jesus story, I have no idea what the filmmakers wanted for this project. I'm pretty sure they didn't achieve it.