by Darren Aronofsky
An Epic Dive into the Meaning(s) of Faith
After Forty Days of Controversy
An Analysis by
Asher S. de Sadeleer
Religious storytelling and mass entertainment often make uneasy bedfellows. For a recent illustration, one has but to turn to the polarised reviews showered upon Darren Aronofsky’s new work, Noah. In his biggest-budget production yet, the well-known director of The Fountain (2006) and Black Swan (2011) offers his epic version of a grand tale: that of a man tasked with sheltering the Earth’s innocent from the waters of divine wrath.
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