Jackson, Blair
May 2004
Millimeter;May2004, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p59
Trade Publication
Focuses on the sound and visual effects used in the film "The Passion of the Christ," directed by Mel Gibson. Consideration of the realism of surroundings in the employment of sound effects; Sound effects used during Christ's march up to Calvary; Presentation of the feelings of the characters through sounds.


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