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Actor's film of 'Passion' is others' fury

As movie of Jesus's final hours nears release, anger and excitement mount

By Michael Paulson and Ty Burr
Globe Staff / February 10, 2004

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Mel Gibson battled post-apocalyptic biker gangs in "Mad Max," English oppressors in "Braveheart," and space aliens in "Signs," but now he has stepped into the biggest battle of his career. In just over two weeks, on Ash Wednesday, Gibson's production company will release "The Passion of The Christ," which has, by design or by happenstance, reopened the most painful fault ... (Full Article: 1642 Words)

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