At 7 years old, Jesus Bar-Joseph lives with his family in Alexandria, Egypt, where they have fled to stay away from a slaughter of youngsters by King Herod of Israel. Jesus realizes that his folks Joseph and Mary have privileged insights they are keeping from him, insider facts about his introduction to the world and about characteristics that make him altogether different from different young men. His folks, notwithstanding, trust him excessively youthful, making it impossible to get a handle on reality of his wonderful birth and reason. Discovering that the lethal Herod is dead, they set out to come back to their home of Nazareth in Israel, uninformed that Herod's namesake child is, similar to his dad, resolved to see the kid Jesus dead.
|violence||The film contains some scenes of implied violence, including a scene where soldiers storm Bethlehem to hunt down and kill male infants, as well as scenes where men are seen hanging on crucifixes. However, the acts of violence are brief and implied, mostly occurring out of the frame, with bloodshed and injuries kept to a minimum.|
|frightening||This film is a drama that imagines the life of Jesus as a child, at around the age of seven. The film dramatizes Jesus and his family's struggles as they flee from the Roman soldiers who are out to kill the young boy, under the orders of King Herod. Along the way, Jesus and his family also grasp a fuller understanding of his divine nature and purpose. Official MPAA Rating: Rated PG - 13 for some violence and thematic elements Index [Green]: General - Suitable for all ages, parental guidance may be advised for some content/thematic elements.|