Director: Kevin Reynolds Cast: Joseph Fiennes, Tom Felton, Cliff Curtis

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In this biblical suspense drama, Roman soldier Clavius (Joseph Fiennes) and his partner Lucius (Tom Felton) are assigned to squelch an uprising in Jerusalem by locating the crucified body of Jesus Christ. But Clavius soon undergoes a crisis of faith when he witnesses miraculous events during the course of their investigation. Directed by Kevin Reynolds. ~ Violet LeVoit

Product Details

Release Date: 05/24/2016
UPC: 0043396465688
Original Release: 2016
Rating: PG-13
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:47:00
Sales rank: 14,888

Special Features

The mystery of the Resurrection: making Risen; Creating A.D. Jerusalem; Script to Screen; Feature commentary

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Joseph Fiennes Clavius
Tom Felton Lucius
Cliff Curtis Yeshua
Peter Firth Pontius Pilate
María Botto Mary Magdalene
Luis Callejo Joses
Antonio Gil Joseph Of Arimathea
Richard Atwill Polybius
Stewart Scudamore Peter
Stephen Hagan Bartholomew
Mish Boyko John
Jan Cornet Thomas/Dydimus
Joe Manjon Simon The Canaanite
Pepe Lorente Thaddeus
Stavros Demetraki Philip
Selva Rasalingam James
Manu Fullola Matthew
Mario Tardon Andrew
Stephen Greif Caiaphas
Alex Maruny Pilate's Orderly
Paco Manzanedo Centurion
Tomas Pozzi Inn Keeper
Karim Saleh Zealot Leader
Jacob Yakob Soldier At Tomb/Niche Soldier
John Mula Holy Man
Yuric Allison Tomb Priest
Victor Trapani Nicodemus
Frida Cauchi Mother Mary
Mario DeLaRosa Thief #1
Justo Usin Carrera Thief #2
Mark Killeen Centurion 2 (Golgotha)
Ramiro Alonso Leper #1
James Shilaimon Leper #2
Kenneth Spiteri Bitter Man
Claudio Carta Cart Driver
Clare Agius Cemetery Woman
Graham Charles Charnel Pit Guard
Kevin Naudi ID Soldier
Margaret Jackman Miriam
Beppe Abela Suspect #1
Manolo Caro Suspect #2
Alberto Ayala James The Just

Technical Credits
Kevin Reynolds Director,Screenwriter
Jorge Adrados Sound Mixer
Paul Aiello Original Story,Screenwriter
Patrick Aiello Producer
Roque Banos Score Composer
Ino Bonello Art Director
Giovanni Casalnuovo Costumes/Costume Designer
Javier Chinchilla Asst. Director
Chris Cornwell Production Designer
Stefano Corridori Special Effects Supervisor
Calle Cruzada Co-producer
Scott Holroyd Executive Producer
Ros Hubbard Casting
John Hubbard Casting
Robert Huberman Executive Producer
Camilla-Valentine Isola Casting
Mickey Liddell Producer
Onelio Millenotti Costumes/Costume Designer
Steve Mirkovich Editor
Armando Savoia Art Director
Lorenzo Senatore Cinematographer
Pete Shilaimon Producer
Eugenio Ulissi Art Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Risen
1. Chapter 1
2. Chapter 2
3. Chapter 3
4. Chapter 4
5. Chapter 5
6. Chapter 6
7. Chapter 7
8. Chapter 8
9. Chapter 9
10. Chapter 10
11. Chapter 11
12. Chapter 12
13. Chapter 13
14. Chapter 14
15. Chapter 15
16. Chapter 16

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Risen 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
taffy1 More than 1 year ago
This is the best movie I have watched ever. I have now watched it 5 times and I could watch it again and probably will. There are so many things in that movie that I just can't get enough of. The cast is perfect. The book is even better. wow what a movie.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Will watch Risen more than once! This brilliant film poses a fascinating question: how might a career solider of the Roman occupying force in Jerusalem be affected by Jesus, that is, specifically his crucifixion and resurrection? Joseph Fiennes is outstanding as a consummate soldier, Clavius, who is accustomed to a lifetime of giving and receiving orders. While he dreams of a life of glory and prestige back in Rome, his jaded life as a soldier in a conquered nation of the Roman Empire has molded him into a quiet, dangerous man. He is ordered by Pilate to secure the tomb of Jesus, and to find the missing body once the tomb is found to be empty. While all members of the cast are excellent, I especially enjoyed two minor characters in this movie: a giddy, young Bartholomew, one of the twelve apostles, who is full of joy over the realness of a risen Christ, being stealthily interrogated, but not intimidated, by Clavius. Another is an ancient, old woman, who when questioned by Clavius, beams as she shares how much Jesus loves her, giving dignity to old people, both then and now. Highly recommended for teens and adults, especially for themes of conversion and redemption. Caution to parents with children under twelve: there is an intense opening scene of a bloody battle between Roman soldiers and Jews, a realistic crucifixion scene with Jesus between two thieves, and scenes of bloated dead bodies. These scenes are unsuitable for young children.