The polemic feature film Noah shows us a religious story where the viewer does not necessarily need to believe in god or think this is a Biblical passage. They just need to sit and enjoy of this beautiful story not just about humanity but also about the interior of Noah, a man who struggles because he is in the middle of everything - he is a fanatic of the creator but also a loving husband and father. Noah experiences an inner journey and the viewer sees that in all the phases.
As said, this is based on the Biblical story of a man who made an ark to save two genders of every kind of animal in the world but it has no place for the humans, - except Noah's family - that should be destroyed because since they went out of the Eden they had been mean, and had killed each other. Noah receives a message from the creator that tells him he needs to do this ark in order to start everything again. However, it seems he and his family are going to be the last men on earth because they are not supposed reproduce like the other animal. Noah is going to have to experience this divergence between Earth of Creator.
This is a great, enjoyable blockbuster by Darren Aronofsky that above all the religious story and what could be deduced from what it explains shows us a remarkable film lead by an amazing Russell Crowe and with actors like Emma Watson, that shows us she can be out of the Harry Potter shadow or Logan Lerman and Douglas Booth. The photography reminds you of The Lord of the rings and the visual effects and music are well mixed to create an epic atmosphere in the cinema. Probably, one of the best blockbusters of the year.
p.s. Thanks to Iberia for the advanced screening of this film.