We came across this beautiful Animé version of Jesus’ death and resurrection seen through the eyes of Dismas and want to share it with you.

This story unfolds through the eyes of a criminal who receives the same brutal crucifixion sentence as Christ. “My Last Day” is a short film of regret, repentance and redemption. Animé created by The JESUS Film Project, with Barry Cook and Studio 4C (株式会社スタジオよんどしい Kabushiki-Gaisha Sutajio Yondo Shii).  They created Animatrix, Tekkon Kinkreet and Gotham Knight.

Hopefully this will be the first of many short stories of Jesus’ life. Thank you all for the years of prayer.

ENJOY AND PLEASE REPOST! WE WANT THIS TO GO GLOBALLY VIRAL.  The video may easily be downloaded here:  http://www.globalshortfilmnetwork.com… <http://www.globalshortfilmnetwork.com/my-last-day-p-344-c-8.html>


4 replies
  1. Father John McGrann
    Father John McGrann says:

    Excellent video and a good way to portray an event we could not stand to watch as it really was. I had not thought much about the “Good Thief” and he really is a significant person of the Gospels, a repentant and saved sinner. Yes, many persons are in prison who are guilty of horrible crimes, but they still have dignity as God’s creatures and we are one with them through Jesus our brother. Others are innocent and that is so sad and so unjust. I am grateful for Dismas Ministries helping us reach out to these our brothers and sisters with the message of God’s love. Lord, guide us to be instruments of your peace and healing.

    • DismasAdmin
      DismasAdmin says:

      Thanks for sharing it to your blog! We are glad you enjoyed it and will be sure to check out your blog.

  2. sharon obuchowski
    sharon obuchowski says:

    very powerful….I always thought that just reading the Passion or the Stations
    of the Cross didn’t give the full impact of the suffering Christ went through.
    even though it’s animated I still couldn’t stop the tears, anguish, and sobs.
    “oh Blood and Water, that gushed forth from the Heart of Jesus, I trust in Thee.”
    (from the Divine Mercy chaplet)

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