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Book Of Life, The: 2000 Seen By (1998)
Rating:
Starring: Martin Donovan, P.J. Harvey, Katreen Hardt, D.J. Mendel, Miho Nikaido, Thomas Jay Ryan, Dave Simonds, James Urbaniak
Director: Hal Hartley
Category: Comedy, Independent
Studio: WinStar Home Video
Subtitles:
[None]
Length:
63 mins

 
 

 

A controversial retelling of the Apocalypse

In this darkly comic retelling of the Apocalypse, Jesus (Martin Donovan) arrives at JFK airport with his intriguing assistant, Magdalena (PJ Harvey).While the world ponders the meaning of this second coming, Jesus battles the Devil for human souls, risks the wrath of God, and struggles with himself over whether these lives are worth saving.The Book Of Life presents an unrelenting kaleidoscope of fast-moving images and heart-pounding music that perfectly captures a techno-driven, computerized, and postmodernist world.