The way the film is right now, people are saying it's too violent, but its nothing compared to the reality.A lot of people were complaining because "The Passion" was too violent, actually if you read the book of the Prophet Isaiah, it describes the death of Jesus, it says, you can count His bones. So, the director and the producer, the reason they did that was to make it more watchable for the people who are more sensitive to violence, they wanted to reach them too, and they wanted to bring the volume a little bit down so you can still see the essence of the film, and the message and the heroes.Velasquez: What impact did making the film have on the other actors in the film, like Andy Garcia, and Eva Longoria?
I only worked for two weeks, I was in and out and didn't have time to know the other actors, but I am sure, that sooner or later, seeds were planted in our hearts, and it's just a matter of time.
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Leticia Velasquez, of Catholic Media Review, is a contributing writer for Catholic Online, covering films, books and related media.
She recently had the opportunity to interview Eduardo Verastegui about His career and his faith.
If you showed too much, it would be like "The Passion of the Christ" with blood all over the place.