The Faceless / The Voiceless : Jesus, in the first two film versions.
Titanic and, the Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.
Most notable is the stand-in dummy for Stephen Boyd's Messala that gets tangled up under the horses, getting battered by their hooves.We were always aware we were pushing boundaries on this one.(We don't hear the testimony, verdict, or sentence; but we see Pilate famously washing his hands.) Recognizing Jesus from his encounter with him as he was being taken to the galleys, Judah attempts to give him water during his march to Calvary, echoing Jesus' kindness.Gone With The Wind.It becomes truly disproportionate when Messala arrests Judah and his entire family for a crime he knows was an accident, consigning him to life as a slave and his family to the Citadel.In the 2016 film, Messala is shown escaping Jerusalem alongside Ben and Esther after he reconciles with the Judah household.In the movie, Judah takes the opportunity to punch out a guard, escort salon steal his keys, and free all the other slaves on the ship, before escaping himself.The word hortator is no longer in use, and is notably absent from most modern dictionaries.When my ship was sunk, I saved the Consul's life.Judah revenges himself on Messala, but, finding it does not bring him peace, he decides to revenge himself on all of Rome.Burnett made his mark with such shows as Survivor, The Voice, Shark Tank and The Apprentice.
The commander notices Ben-Hur's self-discipline and resolve, and offers to train him as a gladiator or charioteer, but Ben-Hur declines, declaring that God will aid him.