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Perhaps, it was left for Hollywood to fill in the blanks.
The truth remains, God’s fingerprints are all over “Noah.” If anyone has reason to question motives here, it’s the atheists.
– Gary Dretzka If aspiring actors were required to pass a test before being allowed to appear in movies budgeted at something north of million, they could use the movies in “Grace Kelly Collection” as study guides.
Technically, it’s as impeccable an entertainment as one is going to find.
Cross a few short chapters from Genesis with Classics Illustrated, Marvel and DC comics and it’s likely that it will look something like Darren Aronofsky’s epic biblical adventure, “Noah.” The Old Testament is full of whopping yarns written to explain how God came to favor one ethnic group over another.
Was the sea artificially parted by the deity to allow for Jewish slaves to escape tyranny in Egypt or did Exodus coincide with the eruption of a giant volcano in the Mediterranean Sea, which caused a tsunami that not only opened a temporary path to Israel, but also drowned the Egyptian pursuers when it closed?
As one of the leading lights of the New German Cinema, the now 71-year-old Herzog continues to make documentaries that feel like dramas and dramas that could easily be mistaken for documentaries.
As if to demonstrate just how thin the line between fact and fiction can in his work, Herzog remade his 1997 documentary, “Little Dieter Needs to Fly,” into the exciting 2007 action-adventure, “Rescue Dawn.” In it, Christian Bale plays the German-born fighter pilot, who, after joining the U. Navy, was shot down by the Pathet Lao and escaped from captivity in a bamboo cage.