The Jesus Film Multi-Language DVD with 24 Audio Tracks - Subtitled in English

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The Life of Jesus DVD Watch JESUS in 24 Languages

Gift edition of the movie Jesus - Arabic, Bengali, Bosnian, English, Farsi, Frenchi, Hindi, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish, Russian, Turkish, Vietnamese

Directed by John Krish, Peter Sykes, John Heyman 

  • AUDIO: Multiple languages

English Summary:

Jesus (also known as The Jesus Film) is a 1979 biblical drama film directed by Peter Sykes and John Krish, and produced by John Heyman. In Jesus, the life of Jesus Christ is depicted, primarily using the Gospel of Luke as the main basis for the story. A voice-over narration is featured sporadically throughout the film, providing background information on characters and events.

Shot on location in Israel, the film was financed primarily by Campus Crusade for Christ with a budget of $6 million, and was released without production or cast credits, as producer John Heyman declared that the creators of this picture were “simply being translators” of the New Testament's Gospel of Luke, “so nobody will know who produced or directed the film.”[3] The end of the film states that the Good News Bible (Today's English Version) was used during filming, and instead of telling a parallel story or embellishing the biblical account like other biblical films, the filmmakers chose to adhere to the Gospel of Luke as closely as possible. 

Actors : Brian Deacon, Rivka Neuman, Alexander Scourby, Niko Nitai, Joseph Shiloach
Director : John Krish, Peter Sykes, John Heyman

  • No. of Discs : 1
  • Run Time : 117 minutes
  • MPAA Rating : G 


  • Brian Deacon as Jesus
  • Rivka Neumann as Mary
  • Yosef Shiloach as Joseph
  • Talia Shapira as Mary Magdalene
  • Alexander Scourby as Luke
  • Niko Nitai as Simon Peter
  • Ori Levy as Caiaphas
  • Mosko Alkalai as Matthew
  • Kobi Assaf as Philip
  • Moti Baharav as Simon of Cyrene
  • Ya'ackov Ben-Sira as Zacchaeus
  • Ze'ev Berlinski as Blind Beggar
  • Eli Cohen as John the Baptist
  • Eli Danker as Judas Iscariot
  • Dina Doron as Elizabeth
  • Shoshana Duer as the hunchback woman in the temple
  • Peter Frye as Pontius Pilate
  • Nisim Gerama as Thomas
  • David Goldberg as Judas, son of James
  • Timothy Mark Hanson as the rich young ruler
  • Yftach Katzur as the epileptic boy
  • Rula Lenska as Herodias
  • Avi Loziah as the demonic man
  • Miki Mfir as Simon the Pharisee
  • Yitzhak Ne'eman as James
  • Shmuel Ornstein as Simeon
  • Richard Peterson as Herod Antipas
  • Milo Rafi as Simon Zelotes
  • Shmuel Rodensky as Annas
  • Gad Roll as Andrew
  • Israel Rubinek as Joseph of Arimathea
  • Michael Schneider as the father of the epileptic boy
  • Nahum Shalit as Jairus
  • Shmuel Tal as John
  • Michael Warshaviak as Bartholomew
  • Leonid Weinstein as James, son of Alphaeus
  • Rolf Brin as the centurian in charge of the Crucifixion
  • Dov Friedman as the soldier nailing sign to cross
  • Oshik Levi as Desmas, Good Thief on Cross
  • Nissan Nativ as John's disciple
  • Kevin O'Shea as Gestas, bad thief on cross
  • Yossi Pollak as the ruler of the Synagogue
  • Dada Rubin as the herdsmen 


This film about Jesus of Nazareth (Brian Deacon) is taken from the New Testament's Gospel of Luke and follows his life from birth to death. His parents, Mary (Rivka Neuman) and Joseph (Yossef Shiloah), are a strong presence in his early life. Later, as a young adult, Jesus begins to realize his destiny, and his apostles are gradually assembled, with Simon Peter (Niko Nitai) among them. Eventually, Jesus must face his crucifixion, which leads to his resurrection. 

Directed by Peter Sykes
John Krish
Produced by John Heyman
Screenplay by Barnet Fishbein
Starring Brian Deacon
Rivka Neumann
Yosef Shiloach
Narrated by Alexander Scourby
Music by Nachum Heiman
Genesis Project[1]
Distributed by Inspirational Films
Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date
October 19, 1979 (US)
Running time
117 minutes
Country United States
Language English



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