I love the image of the sliver of moonlight illuminating only the straps on the sandals of dead Judas. After, we get the dream of Pilate walking with Yeshua along a moonbeam and debating philosophy.
Matthew Levi is an unusual study; he’s dirty as a beggar and half mad, too. He’s what you’d expect a doom prophet holding a sign to be like.
Bulgakov picked the most complicated characters from the New Testament.