Controversy Builds over Mel Gibson's 'Passion'

The Passion, a film project co-written and directed by actor Mel Gibson, comes under fire from Roman Catholic and Jewish religious leaders. The unfinished film is about the death of Jesus, and critics say the movie fuels anti-Semitism. David D'Arcy reports.

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