Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde star in this romantic drama directed by Shana Feste.
Rice, Lloyd Webber and Melvyn Bragg were the forces behind translating the successful stage production to the screen in the 1970s. Jewison plonks a load of hippies in the desert, and lo! it's a play-within-a-play as they put on their own musical out of the back of a camper van. Neeley is a rugged-looking Christ, Elliman a soulful Mary Magdelene and Anderson the two-faced Judas.
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