Noah (2014) (DVD)
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As a young boy, on the day of his bar mitzvah, Noah witnesses his father, Lamech, killed by Tubal-Cain. Tubal-Cain takes the snake-skin scroll that Noah's father was about to pass on to him. It is clearly an important relic, and it resembles the straps of the Tefillin, but it had a magical glow to its characters.
Many years later, Noah is living with his wife Naameh and their sons Shem, Ham, and Japheth. It was explained that the world was overrun by ancient metropolises created by the descendants of Cain, but the cities have all fallen, and the people have destroyed most of the natural world. While out foraging with his sons, Noah sees a dog-like animal being hunted and tells his children to hide, knowing that violent men will soon follow. Noah goes to rescue the animal and remove the arrow from its thigh, but he is confronted by the hunters, group of men (descendants of Cain), and he fights them off. Noah had explained, somewhat vaguely, to his children that they were supposed to lead a vegetarian lifestyle, living off only what God provided them, and that it was wrong to kill and eat living creatures. After the men are beaten away, Noah saves the animal and goes back to his camp (home) with his children. On the way he sees a flower grow instantly from the ground, emerging as if from a single drop of rain. That night, Noah is haunted by vivid dreams of a great flood, seeing countless dead bodies. Noah doesn't quite understand these visions, the flower and the dreams, so he decides to take his family to visit his grandfather, Methuselah.
JACQUI, South Africa. 14 April 2015
What a disappointment. Forget everything you know from the bible, this movie has nothing to do with that. Anthony Hopkins has a few lines in the movie, Jennifer Connely should have had none. Emily Watson is the only reason I watched the whole movie. Dark and dreary locations and lighting. Not worth the money I paid for it
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