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JESUS SITS AT HEAD OF TABLE FOR PASSOVER WITH 12 DISCIPLES, THE LAST SUPPER. CAMERA ANGLE STRAIGHT AHEAD TO FRONT OF TABLE. DISCIPLES EATING WITH JESUS
JESUS LEANING ON ROCK, KNEELING TO PRAY. PRAYING BY HIMSELF, NIGHTIME, DRAMATIC PRAYER. JESUS RETURNS TO DISCIPLES SLEEPING ON GROUND
SOLDIERS, OFFICERS OF HIGH PRIEST'S ENTER GARDEN, CARRYING BURNING TORCHES TO LIGHT PATH GROUP OF SOLDIERS WAIT TO ARREST JESUS.
GARDEN AT NIGHT. DISCIPLES SLEEP ON GROUND, JESUS WAKES THEM
JUDAS APPEARS WITH SOLDIERS. KISSES JESUS ON CHEEK "BETRAYED WITH A KISS"
GROUP OF SOLDIERS WITH FIRE LIT STAFFS TO ARREST JESUS. SOLDIERS FALL BACK TO THE GROUND WHEN THEY SPEAK WITH JESUS. SOLDIERS WORRIED, CONCERNED, SCARED, FRIGHTENED
SOLDIER-OFFICER OF HIGH PRIEST TIES JESUS' HANDS WITH TWINE AS A PRISONER. DISCIPLE PETER DRAWS SWORD ON SOLDIER AND CUTS-SLICES HIS EAR. JESUS PERFORMS MIRACLE AND HEALS THE EAR OF THE SOLDIER IN GARDEN
UNRULY CROWD OF ANGRY MEN, MOB, IN PILAT'S COURTYARD CALL FOR THE DEATH OF JESUS. CALL FOR CRUCIFIXION OF JESUS
JUDAS WALKS TO TOP OF BRUSH COVERED HILL TO HANG HIMSELF. NO VISUAL OF HANGING
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