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July 20th, 2024. 8:00 pm


By Richard France


“All my works, including Barabbas, and the one before it, Your Sure Servant, Orson Welles, deal with moral dilemmas.

Barabbas tells the story of a man who, against all odds, life gives him a new opportunity, after which he will dedicate himself to making peace with himself and his circumstances and will look for a worthy cause to commit to. 

Although set in biblical times, Barabbas is above all a testament against any world led by tyrants – whether Romans or more modern-day equivalents like Hitler and Trump. In this type of scenario it falls on the individual responsibility, as in the case of Barabbas, to find values worth living for, even if the attempt fails. There is no greater sin than surrounding oneself with those forces that are always aligned against the morality of the free exercise of developing self-awareness.

Barabbas narrates the life of this Jewish fighter against Roman oppression, a close friend of Judas. His life runs parallel to that of Jesus of Nazareth, the Messiah, whom he knows and has given protection from the shadows. Barabbas, the wolf, is a man with a dark past, a murderer, a cynic who does not believe in talk or the supposed miracles of Jesus of Nazareth and whom he blames for the abandonment and death of his great friend, Judas Iscariot.

Richard France

Recommended age: from 16 years.
Special notices: strobe lights.
Duration: 1 hour and 20 minutes.

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