For centuries, the Greatest Story Ever Told had it wrong. Mary Magdalene, one of the most recognizable women in the Gospels, was not a prostitute, but an Apostle just like Peter, Matthew, or Judas. That is an extraordinary correction—whether one considers the narrative to be history or just a story—and it is propagated here by an extraordinary film. Rooney Mara plays the title character with a quiet delicacy, often observant as Mary finds a place in the world and a cause in which to place her profound empathy.
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How Early Church Leaders Downplayed Mary Magdalene's Influence by Calling Her a Whore
She was Mary of Magdala, one of the earliest followers of Jesus of Nazareth. According to the Bible , she traveled with him, witnessed his Crucifixion and was one of the first people to learn of his Resurrection. Over the centuries, everyone from early church leaders and scholars to novelists and filmmakers have revised and elaborated on the story of Mary Magdalene.
J osette Bushell-Mingo may not be a household name, but she is one of the most exciting forces in British theatre, both as a performer and as a role model for other black actors. But this is not enough for a woman who believes that if you are young, gifted and black you ought to shout it from the rooftops. Now Bushell-Mingo has taken on a backstage role as artistic director of Push, a black arts festival she has developed in association with the Young Vic. Its extraordinary week-long programme includes the first ever black British circus show, composer Errollyn Wallen's opera Look! No Hands!