Muhammad: The Last Prophet

"Childrens narrative about the origins of Islam"
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This 2002 animated film saw a limited theatrical release in the United States and the United Kingdom and follows the early life of Muhammad, believed by his followers to be the Prophet of Islam. Set during the holy figure's life, the film follows Islam's laws and traditions regarding not depicting its central figure. Thus, all scenes featuring Muhammad are shown from a first-person perspective through his eyes, while all phrasing he uses are paraphrased and spoken by a narrator.

The film took some criticism for mixing in fictitious characters added for narrative effect to a story that otherwise closely follows the teachings and traditions of the Quran.

2002 | 1 hr 35 min | 7.8/10 | 47/100
Nicholas Kadi, Richard Epcar, Eli Allem, David Llewellyn
Fine Media Group, Badr International
Richard Rich
Produced By
Terry L. Noss, Thomas J. Tobin, Mowafak El-Harthy
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