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March 2, 2004 | Patrick Goldstein, Times Staff Writer
Father Frank Desiderio is no fan of "The Passion of the Christ," and he makes no bones about it. "It didn't change my faith or give me a lift into the transcendent," he says. "It's superb from a technical point of view, but I walked out feeling sad and sick to my stomach because the violence made it too painful to stay involved in the story." But Desiderio admits to feeling a pang of envy for Mel Gibson's star power.
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March 2, 2004 | Patrick Goldstein, Times Staff Writer
Father Frank Desiderio is no fan of "The Passion of the Christ," and he makes no bones about it. "It didn't change my faith or give me a lift into the transcendent," he says. "It's superb from a technical point of view, but I walked out feeling sad and sick to my stomach because the violence made it too painful to stay involved in the story." But Desiderio admits to feeling a pang of envy for Mel Gibson's star power.
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