Paul, Apostle of Christ

Paul, Apostle of Christ

2018, PG-13, 108 min. Directed by Andrew Hyatt. Starring James Faulkner, Jim Caviezel, Olivier Martinez, Joanne Whalley, John Lynch, Noah Huntley, Yorgos Karamihos.

Not reviewed at press time. Former horror director Hyatt follows up 2015's Mary of Nazareth biopic Full of Grace with a second film about the early days of the Christian church, with Faulkner as former Christian hunter Saul turned Gospel writer Paul.

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Paul, Apostle of Christ, Andrew Hyatt, James Faulkner, Jim Caviezel, Olivier Martinez, Joanne Whalley, John Lynch, Noah Huntley, Yorgos Karamihos

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