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Meaning of the biblical quote at the end of Raging Bull?
The movie Raging Bull closes with a Biblical quote from the Gospel of John. What is the meaning of the quote, and how does it relate to the plot of the film? "So, for the second time, [the Pharisees]...
Dec 19 '11 at 23:51
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