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In Remembrance (VHS) by Ecufilm

In Remembrance (VHS)

by Ecufilm

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A stirring recreation of the Last Supper and the events surrounding it. This video is a classic that dramatically portrays the lives of the disciples on their last night with Jesus. It is an unforgettable story of the men who chose to follow a young teacher from Nazareth and of the night that would change their world forever. The disciples reflect on memories of Jesus' inspiring teachings, His humility and gentle example, and His boundless compassion for the multitudes. It is a story about real people who felt as we feel the fears, doubts, loves and loneliness that are the common bonds of all humanity.
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