A BLACK JESUS
For many centuries, in a small town on the southern border of Europe, people have been worshipping a statue of a black Jesus.
19-year old Edward from Ghana, guest of the refugee centre which is the subject of great debate in the village, asks to carry the statue in the annual procession and to stand next to the locals that bear its cart.
The community is divided.
On a journey exploring the source of fear and prejudice against “the others”, the inhabitants of this small European village are called upon to question their own identity, starting with the very icon of their own belief: a black Jesus
Director: Luca Lucchesi
Idea: Luca Lucchesi, Hella Wenders
Camera: Luca Lucchesi
Sound: Francesco Vitaliti
Editor: Edoardo Morabito
Producer: Wim Wenders