Noah’s Flood Part Deux

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The new movie “Noah,” directed by Darren Aronofsky opened in theaters last weekend. With Russell Crowe playing Noah, the $130 million dollar retelling of the story of Noah’s Ark and the Great Flood is bound to be a blockbuster, and from the trailer being shown it looks like an action-packed, adventure-filled epic of mega proportions. In an interview on Good Morning America last week, Aronofsky said that he’s been obsessed with the story of Noah since childhood and even won an award at the age of thirteen for a poem he’d written on the subject. Not surprisingly, even before opening, the movie has been garnering some criticism about artistic license being taken regarding things not really fleshed-out, so to speak, in the Bible, such as Noah’s wife. Since the Bible doesn’t say much about her, a great deal had to be interpreted or imagined in order to portray her in…

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