AKA Passion and Death of Christ, The Passion Play, The Life and Passion of Christ
Vie et Passion du Christ could be considered the first feature film, running 44 minutes long, but most film historians disqualify it because it was made in seperate parts giving the exhibitor the choice to show the film in pieces. This film is considered one of the first colorized film narritives. Colorization was achieved using the Pathecolor/Pathechrome stencil-based film tinting process invented in 1903 by Pathe Freres, a very innovative and important film companies in history.
Vie et Passion du Christ is a very important film in the depiction of the story of Jesus Christ and the inclusion of some events usually not described in films about Christ, such as the Transfiguration of Jesus.
The Passion and Death of Jesus Christ is a must see amongst antique cinema and an important landmark in silent films.