One of this year’s most intriguing biblical films has to be Director Cyrus Nowrasteh’s The Young Messiah. The Emphasis Attributes movie is based mostly on greatest-offering writer Anne Rice’s novel that follows a younger Jesus “as He and His family choose the incredible journey from Egypt to Nazareth and on to Jerusalem – the place His accurate identification and profound future are unveiled.”
The soaring symphonic audio driving The Young Messiah is the function of Oscar-nominated composer John Debney, who scored The Passion of the Christ and Iron Person 2, as perfectly as, Disney’s upcoming release, The Jungle Guide. Nowrasteh thinks it is Debney’s contribution to this cinematic seem at Jesus’ childhood that completes the movie.
“[The Young Messiah] was only not comprehensive till John experienced concluded the score,” stated Nowrasteh. “For this filmmaker, he is the respond to to numerous prayers. He is so significantly extra than a composer and artist – though that would be plenty of – but he is also a religion-pushed man who requires this story on with all the coronary heart, soul, and belief these a score necessitates.”
“John’s audio is loaded with electricity and reverence and an immediacy that places you inside the kid Jesus, a put the place no other films have absent,” stated Nowrasteh. “The tenderness, the appreciate, the hazard, the panorama, the vistas, are all current in the audio he has published.”
Pay attention to this unique clip, only out there on CBN.com, of the concept for The Young Messiah:
The Young Messiah stars Sean Bean, David Bradley, Jonathan Bailey, Rory Keenan, Vincent Walsh, Sara Lazzaro, and Adam Greaves-Neal. It opens in theaters nationwide on March 11, 2016, and is rated PG-13 for some violence and thematic components. The movie’s first soundtrack, from Lakeshore Records, releases February 26, 2016. For extra about The Young Messiah, go to: www.theyoungmessiah.com.