Film / Jesus of Montreal

Jesus of Montreal is a 1989 French Canadian film about an actor, Daniel, hired to modernize a passion play. He teams up with an actress turned single mother named Constance, and together they round up a small group of players. Although the play turns out to be a hit, it's shut down by the church for being too controversial, and in the eyes of the church, blasphemous.

It was produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

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