Mary of Nazareth
Year: 2012
Format: Miniseries 2x100' and TV movie 1x110'
Genre: Drama
Language: English
Master: HD
Co-production: Lux Vide, Rai Fiction, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Tellux Film, Beta Film, Telecinco Cinema
Chosen for a fate unlike any other
In this respectful approach to the life of the Virgin Mary, the film lets the viewer share in the mystery and adventure of a young girl upon whom a great role is suddenly thrust. From the Annunciation to Easter Sunday, all the stations of Mary's life are portrayed, all the joys and the sorrows. Helping to weave the emotional tapestry of her life are the men and women around her, the foremost being Joseph, Mary's husband, a man of flesh and blood who is called upon to believe in the uniqueness of Mary's destiny, and to forego many of the rights and privileges of marriage.
With Mary's friend Magdalene, we follow the path of a fascinating secondary character who is blinded by the dazzling opulence of King Herod's court and seduced by the king's dissolute daughter-in-law Herodias into committing various misdeeds – the moving account of a sinner who ultimately repents and becomes the first woman follower of Christ alongside Mary.
Filmed in biblical landscape and guest starring Goya awared Paz Vega, the miniseries has scored record ratings on RAI Uno. It was watched by 7.766.000 viewers and reached a share of 27.37%.

Mary: Alissa Yung
Magdalene: Paz Vega
Jesus: Andreas Pietschmann

Directed by: Giacomo Campiotti
Editing: Alessio Doglione
Dir. of Photography: Enrico Lucidi
Screenplay: Francesco Arlanch, Giacomo Campiotti
Original Music by: Guy Farley