The clip Jesus appears before his followers from The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
Now they say they're gonna kill everyone who was baptized.
No one forced you to be baptized.
You were baptized too.
You begged for it, so be quiet.
[ James ] I can just imagine in Galilee right now.
They say the fishing's so good you just touch the nets and the fish jump in.
Don't talk about fish. Reminds me of my sheep. I don't know what's happened to them.
Maybe we should wait for him in Galilee.
[ James ] No, we promised the master we'd wait here.
That was over a month ago. There are thousands of people waiting to see him.
They're waiting to hear him, and he's gone. The whole movement, we look like fools.
Nathaniel's right. He makes sense.
[ All Arguing ]
Go back to Galilee like Peter says--
I don't understand you.
Think of the last words the Baptist said.
He said, "Jesus of Nazareth, leave the desert.
I am finished. And return to mankind."
How do we know the Baptist really said that?
Everybody says he did.
But how do we know?
Well, even if he didn't, the words are still important.
Because people believe them.
[ Sighs ] And what if our master's--
Well, what if he's the one?
What do you mean? The Messiah?
We don't know the Baptist said that!
Nobody knows what they talked about.
[ All Arguing ]
He's saying that the world of God is here now.
What if he just meant... continue my work?
Continue to do the same work that I've been doing.
It was right here at the Jordan River Elijah ascended to heaven.
Doesn't that mean something to you?
We're waiting here!
[ All Quiet ]
We're waiting here.