Film Analysis: The Story Of Noah's Ark)

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INTRODUCTION The story of Noah’s ark is about a man named Noah who God told that He is going to put an end of all flesh and cover the earth with water. So Noah was found righteous and God ordered him to build an ark and put his family and two of each of an animal, male and female. (Genesis 6:7). Below I am going to compare the film and the biblical scripture of Noah and also explain why the script writers changed the story. SIMILARITIES Like the bible itself the movie begins its story at the very beginning Noah tells his children the story of creation and stays true to Genesis Noah his wife and his three sons Shem, Ham and Japheth are all in both the film and the bible. The earth was corrupt in Gods sight and was full of violence (Genesis…show more content…
The directors and writers of the film have been very clear that their aim is to appeal to believers of all faiths as well as non-believers, Mirriam Krule (2014). They wanted to create something different a story line that people would not expect from their grandparents bible school. Darren Aronofsky the director of the film told the New Yorker magazines that his movie is the least biblical film ever made. After Darren read the story of Noah in the bible his imagination took over that is why the film is so different from the film. In the film he added a part where Noah and his wife are making something that would make the animals to fall asleep. So that they must not eat cause if they eat they would need the toilet and it was not build for them. The director is also trying to make the film intriguing, does not want the audience to know what to expect but instead have something different and much better than what they expected. CONCLUSION The film is completely different from the biblical script so Christians would not enjoy it because they are going to expect the film to be similar to the bible and it is not. The advantage of the film is that it is entertaining and
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