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Noah (10-Mar-2014)

Director: Darren Aronofsky

Writers: Darren Aronofsky; Ari Handel

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Bible

Biblical epic depicts Noah, a man from a humble lineage, as he carries out a God-given mission to spare his family from an apocalyptic flood.

Darren Aronofsky's long-running obsession with the tale of Noah hits the silver screen at last with Noah, an epic depicting the Biblical everyman-cum-prophet as he becomes possessed by an order from God to build an ark to spare his family from a great Earth-endangering flood, setting out on a journey that finds him up against fellow mortals believing him to be a madman as he works to accomplish his vital objective before time runs out. Lauded by some Christian faiths -- the Catholic Church paramount among them -- and derided by others for its relatively agnostic depiction of the time-worn tale of a man and his larger-than-life mission as a mythological romp, Noah received a warm reception from most mainstream critics upon its release.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jennifer Connelly
12-Dec-1970   Betty Ross in The Hulk
Russell Crowe
7-Apr-1964   A Beautiful Mind
Marton Csokas
30-Jun-1966   Borias on Xena, Warrior Princess
Kevin Durand
14-Jan-1974   Joshua on Dark Angel
Anthony Hopkins
31-Dec-1937   Hannibal Lecter
Frank Langella
1-Jan-1938   Dracula and Dave
Logan Lerman
19-Jan-1992   Percy Jackson & the Olympians
Mark Margolis
26-Nov-1939   The Fountain
Nick Nolte
8-Feb-1941   48 Hours
Emma Watson
15-Apr-1990   Hermione in Harry Potter films
Ray Winstone
19-Feb-1957   Vincent


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