There is a river scene with full frontal nudity–about four or so women with clear full frontal and one man showing brief full frontal nudity, both include pubic hair.
There is a quick scene with a topless, tattooed woman.
Several men are shown (one at a time) having sex serially with a prostitute but not much male nudity can be seen. Female full rear and breast nudity are seen.
A woman is seen fully naked for a long period of time, her breasts, buttocks, and genitals are seen. Another viewer saw no such thing.
There is a short scene of full-frontal nudity (male and female). Another viewer saw no such thing.
As Jesus is being beaten just before he is taken to be crucified, there are brief views of his naked rear end.
As the crown of thorns is placed on his head, he is shown nude from behind for several seconds.

Jesus is seen having subduded sex with Mary Magdalene, but not much nudity is shown.
Mary Magdalene is seen with a pregnant stomach and her breasts are also visible.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


[hot]: it’s amazing! On the other hand, how glad I was that I was in tears at the moment! This wonderful feeling is just like that the police uncle, on behalf of the people, found that she was actually a wicked woman who poisoned her husband for money. It’s so cool, high and gratifying. Facts have finally proved that this movie has been hoarding countless films on its hard disk, only accumulating ash and not showing them. It is absolutely farsighted. In the second and third year after I responded to the call of my classmates from methylmao temple and collected the last temptation of Christ on disk d with an inch of land and an inch of gold, I was very excited to see such a moving news in major media:

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Link > > > > Christian manuscripts 1700 years ago confirmed that Judas was a hero

Time: 2006-04-07 GMT key words: judas gospel manuscript Judas

[xingdao.com] the National Geographic Society of the United States held a press conference at its headquarters in Washington on the morning of the 6th EDT to officially publish a manuscript of the gospel of Judah lost for nearly 1700 years and its English translation. For months, the National Geographic Society of the United States has kept this gospel of Judas secret, which may be related to the fact that the gospel was written in the name of Judas who betrayed Jesus, and the content is quite controversial.

The gospel of Judas puts forward a completely different view on the relationship between Jesus and his disciple Judas from the traditional Christian religion for 2000 years, and has a new description of the disciple who betrayed Jesus. For a long time, the Christian community has always regarded Judas as a traitor, but the gospel of Judas overturns this view, pointing out that Judas is actually Jesus’ favorite disciple. He betrayed Jesus because he was inspired by Jesus to complete God’s redemption plan. It is completely contrary to what is described in four Gospels (Matthew, mark, Luke and John) such as the gospel of Matthew in the New Testament.

3、 Copied from Greek manuscripts in the fourth century

This 66 page ancient manuscript, transcribed in Coptic, ancient Egypt, in addition to the gospel of Judas, also has a manuscript entitled Jacob (also known as the revelation of Jacob), Peter’s letter to Philip, and fragments of what scholars temporarily call the book of arachnais. The manuscript dates back to the third or fourth century A.D., and this manuscript may have been copied from a Greek original around 150 A.D.

The manuscript of the gospel of Judas is jointly preserved, identified and translated by the American National Geographic Society, the Maecenas foundation for ancient art and the Waitt Institute for historical discovery. As for this papyrus (the writing medium widely used by ancient Egyptians, made from the stems of papyrus rich in the Nile Delta at that time), the completed part of the restoration and reorganization of the manuscript will be made public for the first time on the “National Geographic Channel” on April 9.

The gospel of Judah was discovered in Egypt around 1980. At that time, it was just a pile of broken papyrus. In 1983, these manuscripts appeared on the international antique market. At that time, a group of scholars had seen the manuscripts. Because the seller asked for $3 million and no one could afford it, the manuscript lay in the safe of Citibank on Long Island, New York for nearly 20 years. It was not until a few years ago that it was obtained by the meisena marns ancient art foundation in Switzerland.

Five identification methods were confirmed as “side classics” works

The National Geographic Society claims that this ancient manuscript is determined to be a genuine Christian “side scripture” work. There are five identification methods: radioactive carbon dating, ink analysis, multispectral photography, text comparison and ancient character comparison.

Terry Garcia, executive vice president of the program of the National Geographic Society, said: “the dramatic excavation of this ancient document of non biblical scriptures is recognized as the most important discovery in the past 60 years, which promotes our understanding of the historical and theological views of the early Christian period, and is very worthy of continued research by historians, scholars and theologians.”

Although the National Geographic Society and other institutions are extremely confidential about the research work related to the gospel of Judas. Time magazine first reported this controversial major archaeological discovery in February this year.

Some biblical scholars have recently been quoted by overseas media as saying that they do not think that the gospel of Judas can make people have a deeper understanding of Jesus or Judas, nor can it shake the deep-rooted Christian tradition for 2000 years, but can let you see some chaotic phenomena in the early stage of Christian development.

 

Scholars point out that the gospel of Judas belongs to the “Gnostics”. Gnosticism prevailed in the second and third centuries A.D. although its supporters held the banner of Christianity, they believed that salvation could be obtained through “gnosis” or “knowledge”. According to their views, the Gnostics launched many works in the name of the gospel, such as the gospel of Thomas, the gospel of Philip, the gospel of Mary, the gospel of Egypt, the gospel of truth and so on. (source: National Geographic)

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This discovery is awesome! Although Gnosticism has always been known as the “repeatedly wrong doomsday forecaster”, I still decided to fan them once. Also to be worshipped is Nikos kazanchakis, the Greek author of the original novel of the last temptation of Christ( Νικος Καζαντζακις, Nikos Kazantzakis) and Martin Scorsese, the box office spectacle and disaster with insight and insight. In front of the images of Weian, the winner of this gamble, Robert DeNiro, who withdrew from the production team under the pressure of the religious community, is a simple man.

Touched by this news, I opened the famous folder “archaeological materials” on disk D and clicked “the last temptation of Christ”. It must be stated that I only vaguely knew that this film was a controversial work that overturned the case for Judas and “restored Jesus from the perspective of human nature”. Such a qualitative analysis is basically complete according to the identification after I saw the complete film. However, the latest archaeological discovery of papyrus has given this whole body yellow sand covered struggle drama a new connotation: human fable, power struggle within sects, entanglement of faith… The real archaeological discovery makes this fable that was originally “purely fictional” no longer so absurd, so its power and internal drama have taken a leap.

 

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The synopsis of the story can be found in any search engine. In the basic film, Jesus is a cross maker. He often falls into auditory hallucinations and is tortured by this revelation. According to the habit of fashionable postmodern films, Jesus can be treated as a hysterical schizophrenic like Luc Besson’s Joan of arc. However, as a film based on a novel published in 1973, Jesus in this film still retains the status of “prophet” in the classical sense: he can hear the revelation of God (of course, the evidence is not sufficient, it may be the voice of Satan), accept the revelation of God, and work miracles. Comparing these two treatments, I can feel that the postmodern reduction method of completely eliminating “God” is a failure. This failure can be used to summarize Joan of arc and even to explain all Hollywood epic films in recent years (such as Troy and Trojan horse). In the western spiritual world, once the struggle of human nature is completely separated from the other side and transcendence, it will have nowhere to root, and finally have to fall into the quagmire of barbarism, greed and even beast. The funny thing is that Hollywood has to pretend to package this muddy spirit as “real human nature”. Where is the most violent conflict in human nature? In fact, it is not “man” and “beast”, but “man” and “God”, although the former is becoming more and more mainstream today. Ji has also taken the post-modern Road, but it is not complete. At least it bears the existence of transcendental belief. This treatment gives the multi-layer texture of plot conflict.

Let’s get down to business. The weak young Jesus classmate suspected of schizophrenia deeply loves Mary Magdalene. In the Bible, she is the prostitute who receives guests against the wind on the sabbath day. In front of the woman, Jesus made a famous speech “if any of you are never innocent, please throw the stone in your hand”. Also in front of this woman, Jesus pressed his lust and refused her seduction – according to his later conversation with the seeker in the desert, he felt sacred and happy at the moment of refusal. This example shows the tangle between soul lovers and earthly happiness: rejecting earthly happiness in the name of God, but saving earthly happiness in the name of God. Such entanglement was used by Satan. After Jesus was crucified, he turned into an angel to lure him to the execution ground, and lured him to marry and have children, live an ordinary life and enjoy earthly happiness. In the whole film, Jesus acts like a helpless mortal hijacked by God’s will. In the bridge section of his rescue of Lazarus, when Lazarus, who is dead in the gloomy tomb, stretches out his rotten and mottled hand, Jesus’ face is full of hesitation and fear. He kept asking God to talk to him face to face, but only temptation, earthly happiness and Satan came to visit him. The arduous mission of “the scapegoat of human original sin” made him unbearable and painful.

The second most important character in the play is Judas, where he becomes a standard patriotic revolutionary youth. At first, Jesus was a cross maker working in the local government of Rome. Judas was ordered to assassinate him by the anti Roman organization in Jerusalem, but Jesus’ abnormal neuroticism made him unable to do it again and again. As Jesus became increasingly prophetic, Judas became his faithful disciple – as shown in the newly discovered ancient book of the gospel of Judas. Judas is calm, firm and has an outstanding sense of mission. When Jesus knew that his fate must be nailed to the cross, he was in great pain. He asked Judas to sell himself to the Roman authorities to help him realize the transcendence of the flesh and achieve God’s redemption will. The strong Judas betrayed his teacher. However, the weak Jesus was deceived by Satan and escaped from the cross. Many years later, when Jesus was getting old and dying, Judas came to him and denounced his weakness and faithless. In the flames of the city, Jesus woke up and decided to go back to fulfill his mission – to be his scapegoat and redeem the world. Once this decision was made, the plot immediately returned to the moment when he was crucified. Satan’s temptation and Jesus’ earthly happiness just became an illusion.

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There have been countless speculations since ancient times that Jesus ordered Judas to betray himself. From the logical inference, as the son of omniscient and Almighty God, Jesus should know his fate of being betrayed and nailed to death. Whether he was betrayed passively or asked Judas to betray actively, it will not damage his greatness of redeeming the world. The latter also shows the love of God and Jesus for the world. The orthodox doctrine denounced all these as heresy, which is probably the result of power conspiracy, just like the struggle for orthodoxy in Confucianism after Confucius’ death: other disciples jealous of Judas tried to vilify him in the Scriptures. In the book of the foundation, the author who adopted the heretical doctrine set Judas up as a tragic hero, while Jesus was just a weak person who could know God’s revelation and guide miracles, which was the greatest subversion within the author’s power. This subversion is out of the estimation that the preacher may be weak as a “person”. This estimation is particularly interesting by referring to the discovery of the ancient volume of the gospel of Judas. On the one hand, it shows that Christianity, as an ideological school, has a turbulent undercurrent of its internal power structure. On the other hand, it reflects in detail the real mechanism and situation of the conflict between human nature and divinity in an era that still retains transcendental faith.

The part of the film that reflects the heresy of Gnostics has ended, and the author’s more interesting plot is obviously the illusion of Jesus being seduced by Satan after he was on the cross. According to Martin Scorsese’s understanding, this part of the plot shows that “sin” is “ordinary” in many cases, that is, the abrasion of ordinary life on the sacred pursuit. Satan’s temptation to Jesus was never to let him do evil, but to make him marry and have children and live an ordinary life. I believe that today’s audience, especially the Chinese audience who have no real soul concept and belief, will not be touched much when they see such opinions – we do not really believe in a world completely beyond our own experience, let alone the need to pay everything for the world, which is exactly the so-called belief. Living a good ordinary life is the most profound belief in this era. Any effort to pursue nobility may seem strange or even ridiculous. The conflict in Jesus inevitably seems unreasonable today. In addition, we have found it difficult to understand the extreme enthusiasm of those revolutionaries like Puritans in the war years. Such an understanding schema of the world after “Disenchantment” is essentially empirical, removing a lot of risks and pain, but also removing a lot of fun and the possibility of life.

The film also shows the conflict between the sacred cause and the secular cause, but the core of the main reference is Dostoevsky in addition to the doctrine of Christianity itself. For example, the revolutionaries wanted to overthrow the Roman rule over the Jews, hoping to use violence, but Jesus advocated “love”, which will be extended to “God’s to God and Caesar’s to Caesar”. This passage is purely from the Bible. In the latter part, Jesus, seduced by the angel played by Satan, passes by the market and hears Saul (i.e. Saint Paul, the preacher) preach the story of Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection. He angrily accuses it of deception. St. Paul said, no one will believe your words. People need the Jesus I said rather than you. The Jesus I said is much more powerful than you, the real Jesus. Dostoevsky wrote a story of the religious justice in his novel the Karamazov brothers. In the 16th century, God returned to the world in the image of Jesus, and people spontaneously followed him. Therefore, the religious justice wanted to put God to death. He asked, “what are you doing back? Why are you hindering our cause? The ‘freedom’ you promised has finally been realized through our efforts. They now give freedom to us. Isn’t this the ‘freedom’ you want?” The divine cause shows a paradox here: what God calls “love” and “freedom” have completely become another matter in the earthly operation. In fact, all noble undertakings face such a similar paradox. Anyway, insert such a bridge

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