The Young Messiah English Movie

Feature Film | Drama

The Young Messiah is a English movie directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh starring Sean Bean, David Bradley, Jonathan Bailey and Lee Boardman. The feature film is produced by Michael Barnathan, Chris Columbus, Tracy K. Price and Mark Radcliffe and the music composed by John Debney.



Release Info:
2016 (India)   
Language: English
Director: Cyrus Nowrasteh
LEAD CAST
David Bradley
Jonathan Bailey
Lee Boardman
David Burke
Rory Keenan
Christian McKay

SYNOPSIS:
At the age of 7, Jesus Bar-Joseph lives with his family in Alexandria, Egypt, where they have fled to avoid a massacre o... Show more

At the age of 7, Jesus Bar-Joseph lives with his family in Alexandria, Egypt, where they have fled to avoid a massacre of children by King Herod of Israel. Jesus knows that his parents Joseph and Mary have secrets they are keeping from him, secrets about his birth and about traits that make him very different from other boys. His parents, however, believe him too young to grasp the truth of his miraculous birth and purpose. Learning that the murderous Herod is dead, they set out to return to their home of Nazareth in Israel, unaware that Herod's namesake son is, like his father, determined to see the boy Jesus dead.


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Cast & Crew Details:
Sean Bean
David Bradley
Jonathan Bailey
Lee Boardman
David Burke
Rory Keenan
Christian McKay
Isabelle Adriani
Paola Lavini
Vincent Walsh
Sara Lazzaro
Adam Greaves-Neal
Jane Lapotaire
Agni Scott
Dorotea Mercuri
Finn Ireland
Giselda Volodi
Jarreth J. Merz
Lydia Muijen
Paul Ireland
Matt Patresi
Simone Spinazze
Giampiero Rotoli
Giorgio Antonini
Douglas Dean
Marco Iannone
Dune Medros
Gabriele Dentoni
Gabrielle Chiararo
Ioan Gunn
Andrea Scarduzio

Director: Cyrus Nowrasteh
Producers: Michael Barnathan, Chris Columbus, Tracy K. Price, Mark Radcliffe, Mark W. Shaw
Music Director: John Debney
Cinematographer: Joel Ransom
Editor: Geoffrey Rowland
Art Designer: Domenico Sica
Screenplay Writers: Betsy Giffen Nowrasteh, Cyrus Nowrasteh



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