Mary Magdalene 2018 Movie Poster Trailer Review Impelreport
Mary Magdalene 2018 Movie Poster Trailer Review Impelreport. In 2016, the filmmaker Garth Davis surprised the world with his debut feature A Way Home, an emotional story about the sense of belonging and relationships that, in passing, served as a commercial for the technologies that make it possible to visualize any point on Earth. To follow up on these concerns about belonging, the Australian now arrives with Mary Magdalene, a film that raises a previously unknown facet of the titular woman, always linked to Jesus Christ and prostitution but presented here as the fundamental figure in the forging and dissemination of biblical dogma.
The basis of this tape is the papal declaration of 2016 that rejected Mary Magdalene’s link with prostitution, and that she accepted her as an “apostle of apostles”, the first person Jesus spoke to after rising from the dead. It is an officialization that Davis and his writers take to present a story of feminine empowerment within a tradition that par excellence has ignored the role of women.
Under this logic, María Magdalena pretends to be a disruptive and controversial product, but the truth is that it never fully enters into the questioning of folklore, given its diplomatic attitude that places it more in the vein of any stereotypical seasonal film, than in the of uncomfortable works such as The Last Temptation of Christ (The Last Temptation of Christ, 1988) by Martin Scorsese . But beyond unfulfilled purposes, what is most striking is the involvement of a first league cast in a presentation film similar to that of any original Hallmark Channel work.