Whether you're religious or not, King of Kings is a monumental technical achievement of its era. Most notable are its impressive cinematography, ghostly special effects which must have been shocking in its day, and the appearance of an early form of color in two of its scenes -- a "two-strip" Technicolor predecessor that remains one of few uses of color in a silent film.
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