Apostle Peter and the Last Supper

Synopsis: Three days before his execution, the elderly Apostle Peter tells his jailer about his time with Jesus.
Genre: Drama, History
Director(s): Gabriel Sabloff
Production: Pure Flix Entertainment
88 min

All you need do

is deny him,

as you did before.

That was long ago!

I have been forgiven.

Do not speak to me about your

temporary earthly riches.

I now have

everlasting riches

beyond anything

that you can provide.

Have you?

Has your Father

told you that.

My master

told me a secret.

Perhaps he will

tell you too,

when you meet him.

That I shall die

in 3 days?

Be gone, demon!

Three days,

Simon Peter,

three days,

and you're mine.

In the name of Jesus,

I cast you out!

Did you hear that?

A shriek in the cells?

What of it?

Well, perhaps

we should check.

Perhaps you

should relax.

Ah, that-

that's disgusting.

You'll get

used to it,

the screams,

the filth.

So what do you

think of the gods?


You are boring!

Is this what happens

when you marry?

What if they're right?

What if their one God

is greater than the Olympians?

So join them.

I have a cell

just your size ready.


No, I will not endanger

my wife like that,

but still I'm troubled

with what we're doing.

They say these Christians

go quietly to their deaths.

Makes my job easier.

I mean, it's amazing

they get any converts at all.

What could this cult

possibly offer a man

for him to risk his

freedom and his life?

Who cares, as long as there's

coin in rounding them up?

Your heart is as

black as this place.

Thank you.

I will find out more.

I didn't see a thing.

Did you really know him?

The one they call

the King of the Jews?

You truly mean to hear

my story, don't you?

I do.

Did he really rise

from the dead?

The story

begins long before that day.

I have time.

Tell me everything.

You may have time;

however, I have but

3 days left to my life.

Who told you that?

How do you know that?

If the forces

that surround me frighten you,

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