Compra Noah - Edizione Esclusiva (Blu-Ray + Blu-Ray Bonus Disc). SPEDIZIONE È un film che ho visto al cinema e che volevo nella mia collezione di DVD. «Noah», die biblische Geschichte der Sintflut, läuft im Kino. Gross, epochal – und bibeltreu? Konrad Schmid, Theologe an der Uni Zürich, hat sich. ist ein US-amerikanischer Fantasy- und Bibelfilm von Darren Aronofsky aus dem Jahr mit Russell Crowe in der Hauptrolle. Der.
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ist ein US-amerikanischer Fantasy- und Bibelfilm von Darren Aronofsky aus dem Jahr mit Russell Crowe in der Hauptrolle. Der. Der ehemalige Kämpfer Noah hat das Schlachtfeld hinter sich gelassen und lebt nun ein gottesfürchtiges Leben. Doch plötzlich plagen ihn Visionen einer Sintflut, die das Leben auf der Erde auslöschen wird. Er begreift seine Visionen als Auftrag. 48 Userkritiken zum Film Noah von Darren Aronofsky mit Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson - toruonu.eu Autorenfilmer Darren Aronofsky bringt die Noah-Geschichte als Aronofsky hatte zuvor getönt, Noah werde der unbiblischste Film aller Zeiten. Mit Russell Crowe und Emma Watson. Mit "Noah – Der Film" brachte Regisseur Darren Aronofsky die bekannte biblische Erzählung von Noah und seiner Arche in. Noah wurde von Gott auserwählt, das Unmögliche zu schaffen: Mittels einer Russell Crowe und Jennifer Connelly wieder in einem Film zusammen? Na, das. Noah. 2 Std. 17 toruonu.euuer. Diese Verfilmung der Legende Noahs zeigt die Visionen, die ihn apokalyptische Prophezeiungen Dieser Film ist .
Die Tage der Erde sind gezählt. Gott selbst hat sich entschieden, den Planeten durch eine gigantische Flut untergehen zu lassen. Nur in Noah. Autorenfilmer Darren Aronofsky bringt die Noah-Geschichte als Aronofsky hatte zuvor getönt, Noah werde der unbiblischste Film aller Zeiten. «Noah», die biblische Geschichte der Sintflut, läuft im Kino. Gross, epochal – und bibeltreu? Konrad Schmid, Theologe an der Uni Zürich, hat sich.
After seeing a flower grow instantly from the ground and being haunted by dreams of a great flood, Noah takes them to visit his grandfather Methuselah.
They encounter a group of people recently killed and adopt the lone survivor, a girl named Ila. Ila is treated for an abdominal wound and will survive, but Naameh determines that she will be unable to have children.
Noah and his family are chased by the murderers and seek refuge with the fallen angels known as the "Watchers", in whose territory Methuselah lives.
The Watchers are confined on Earth as creatures of stone for helping humans banished from the Garden of Eden.
Methuselah gives Noah a seed from Eden and tells Noah that he was chosen for a reason. Returning to his tent that night, Noah plants the seed in the ground.
The Watchers arrive the next morning and debate whether they should help Noah until they see water spout from the spot where Noah planted the seed.
After a forest grows instantly, the Watchers agree to help Noah and his family build an ark. After birds fly to the ark, Tubal-cain arrives with his followers and confronts Noah.
Noah defies Tubal-cain and remarks that there is no escape for the line of Cain. Tubal-cain retreats and decides to build weapons to defeat the Watchers and take the ark.
As the ark nears completion, animals of various species enter the ark and are sedated with incense. With Ila having become enamored of Shem, Noah goes to a nearby settlement to find wives for Ham and Japheth but, seeing the settlers selling their daughters for food, he abandons his effort and begins believing that the Creator wants all of humanity dead.
He tells his family that he will not seek wives for his younger sons. After the flood, they will be the last humans and there will be no new human generations.
Devastated that he will be alone his entire life, Ham runs into the forest. Naameh begs Noah to reconsider but, when he will not, she goes to Methuselah for help.
Ila encounters Methuselah who cures her infertility. Ham, searching for a wife on his own, befriends the refugee Na'el.
After it starts raining, Tubal-cain becomes angry that he was not chosen to be saved and incites his followers to make a run for the ark.
Noah finds Ham in the forest and forces Ham to save himself, but leaves Na'el to die when she is caught in an animal trap.
Noah's family enter the ark except for Methuselah, who remains in the forest and is swept away by the rushing waters.
The Watchers fight off Tubal-cain and his mob of followers, sacrificing themselves and ascending to heaven, their reward for protecting Noah.
As the flood drowns the remaining humans, an injured Tubal-cain climbs onto the ark and solicits Ham, playing on anger toward Noah for allowing Na'el to die.
Ila discovers she is pregnant as the rains stop and begs the Creator to let the child live. Noah interprets the ending of the rain to mean he must ensure the extinction of humans and, against his wife's protests, resolves that, if the child is a girl, he will kill her.
Nine months later, Ila and Shem build a raft to escape Noah's resolve, but Noah discovers and burns it. Ila then starts feeling labor pains and gives birth to twin girls.
After Ham calls Noah telling him the beasts are awake and eating each other, Tubal-cain emerges and attempts to hit Noah. Noah and Tubal-cain engage in combat.
Shem promises Ila that Noah will not harm their daughters and goes to stop him. He attacks Noah as Tubal-cain falls to the ground only to be knocked out.
Tubal-cain eventually forces Noah to the edge of the raft, but Ham kills him with a dagger before he can shove Noah in the ocean.
Noah picks himself up and finds Ila and the babies, intending to kill the children, but spares them upon looking at his granddaughters and only feeling love.
Upon exiting the ark on the new land, a shameful Noah goes into isolation in a nearby cave, making wine in which to drown his sorrows.
Ham expresses disappointment for his father's current state of unseemly drunkenness and nakedness before leaving his kin to live alone.
Having reconciled at the behest of Ila, Noah blesses the family as the beginning of a new human race and all witness waves of immense celestial rainbows.
Aronofsky first became interested in the story of Noah in the seventh grade. As part of a creative writing assignment, he submitted a poem about Noah entitled "The Dove".
Work on the draft resumed sometime later, and a first draft was completed in In adapting the story for a feature film Aronofsky struggled with how to adapt it to feature length—the story in the Bible is only four chapters and does not include names for his wife or his sons' wives.
Aronofsky first discussed Noah with The Guardian in April , explaining that he saw Noah as "a dark, complicated character" who experiences "real survivor's guilt " after the flood.
Aronofsky was working on early drafts of the script for Noah around the time his first attempt to make The Fountain fell through when actor Brad Pitt left the project.
Before they found financial backing for Noah , they collaborated with Canadian artist Niko Henrichon to adapt the script into a graphic novel.
In October , Emma Watson commented on the setting of the film: "I think what Darren's going for is a sense that it could be set in any time.
It could be set sort of like a thousand years in the future or a thousand years in the past. You shouldn't be able to place it too much.
Aronofsky had previously offered the role of Noah to Christian Bale and Michael Fassbender , both of whom were unable to take the part due to previous commitments.
Aronofsky reportedly wanted an actor "with the grit and size to be convincing as he goes head-to-head against Crowe's Noah character".
Filming also took place in New York state. Post-production lasted over 14 months, with Aronofsky attempting some of the most complicated and extensive effects ever used in film.
Industrial Light and Magic ILM said their work on the film represented "the most complicated rendering in the company's history.
To make the fallen angels' movements realistic, VFX supervisor Ben Snow and Aronofsky studied footage of real ballet dancers from the director's Oscar-winning drama Black Swan.
Regarding the film's extensive use of visual effects, Aronofsky said he and his crew "had to create an entire animal kingdom"  using no real animals in the production but instead "slightly tweaked" versions of real creatures.
The musical score for Noah was composed by Clint Mansell , who scored the music for all of Aronofsky's previous feature films, and is performed by Kronos Quartet.
Smith performs the song herself over the end credits. The president of the National Religious Broadcasters stated that the Noah film includes "major biblical themes" including "sin, judgment, righteousness, and God as Creator.
The story of Noah starts with this concept of strong justice, that the wickedness of man will soon be met with justice, and it ends when the rainbow comes and it says, even though the heart of man is filled with wickedness, I will never again destroy the world So it ends with this idea of mercy.
God somehow goes from this idea of judging the wickedness to mercy and grace. So we decided that was a powerful and emotional arc to go through, and we decided to give that arc to Noah.
In mid, Aronofsky and Paramount began sparring over final cut, with Paramount seeking to test unfinished, unscored, and alternate cuts of the film despite Aronofsky's objections.
My version of the film hasn't been tested It's what we wrote and what was green-lighted. Under pressure from Christian religious groups, Paramount Pictures added a disclaimer to marketing materials in February , saying:.
While artistic license has been taken, we believe that this film is true to the essence, values and integrity of a story that is a cornerstone of faith for millions of people worldwide.
The biblical story of Noah can be found in the book of Genesis. Noah had its world premiere in Mexico City on March 10, The opening in Russia was the largest-ever for a Paramount film.
In connection with the release of the film in North America, Aronofsky commissioned artists to create original works inspired by the Biblical story of Noah, stating that "The Noah story belongs to all of us—every religion, every culture, every citizen of planet Earth.
On the eve of the film's release in Reykjavik, Iceland, Aronofsky teamed up with Björk to host an environmental benefit concert in response to proposed anti-conservationist policy changes by the Icelandic government, with guest performances by Björk, Patti Smith , Lykke Li , Russell Crowe , and Of Monsters and Men.
The website's consensus reads, "With sweeping visuals grounded by strong performances in service of a timeless tale told on a human scale, Darren Aronofsky's Noah brings the Bible epic into the 21st century.
Movieline ' s Pete Hammond said that "It stays with you long after you leave the theatre. This 'Noah' is unlike any other film of its kind—an intimate and stirring new take on a biblical story we only thought we knew.
In this flawed, fiercely relevant film, wonders never cease. If you like two or more of the above, you will love Noah. Richard Roeper called it "One of the most dazzling and unforgettable Biblical epics ever put on film.
The film also had its detractors. Si scende dalla monumentale sequenza del diluvio al trito arcobaleno di uno spot pubblicitario.
Prolisso ma stupefacente. Distribuisce Universal. Dopo aver sbancato il boxoffice americano, Noah arriva in Italia a meravigliare il pubblico.
Inizio col dire che non dovrebbe essere considerato un film biblico nella sua vera essenza ma un film che rispecchia la visione del regista Darren Aronofsky su quello che potrebbe essere stato il diluvio universale descritto nella Bibbia.
Partiamo dalla cosa migliore : il cast stellare. Io ho trovato il film molto coinvolgente In molti punti per esempio, la descrizione della Creazione mi ha particolarmente toccata.
Ottimo il cast. E' proprio vero: de gustibus, non disputandum est!!! L'occasione per un grande rappresentare che si allineasse con il robonte del colossal moderno sarebbe stata grande e allettante per qualunque regista hollywoodiano la catastrofe addirittura universale, gli animali e la natura in generale, l'uomo che combatte per il suo sopravvivere , ma, al contrario, nel film domina una dimensione del narrato che definisce il senso di un silenzio metafisico.
Nel film il libro viene reinterpretato aggiungendo proprio questo, trasformand [ E' un film molto strano, difficilmente inquadrabile, che volteggia tra il fantasy, lo storico e [ Film assurdo da un punto di vist storico e relaizzativo.
Aronowski ovviamente poteva svilupparlo come meglio credeva ma un minimo di coerenza con lo scritto sarebbe stato auspicabile.
Qui si cambia totalmente pagina. Il succitato regista da' vita ad un colossal dal discreto impatto visivo ed emotivo, come siamo abituati a vedere nei film di James Cameron o Peter Jackson.
Detto francamente Il premiato Darren Aronofsky ha optato per una visione l'ennesima E'un film che si sviluppa secondo la narrazione biblica anche se alcuni ruoli ed alcune situazioni non rispecchiano quanto scritto nelle sacre scritture.
Vive con la sua famiglia, composta dalla moglie Connelly , dai tre figli Booth, Lerman e Carroll e da una ragazza Watson trovata ferita e proprio per questo sterile durante un tragitto, viaggiando per le lande desolate della Terra.
Questo polpettone, un mix tra una liberissima interpretazione biblica e il genere post-apocalittico di Mad Max, farebbe riconsiderare anche Fantozzi sulla corazzata Potemkin.
Comincio la mia recensione premettendo che sono entrato nella sala dove trasmettevano Noah con delle ottime aspettative. Infatti, bisogna ricordare che Daniel Aronofsky qualche anno fa ci ha regalato una perla del cinema contemporaneo: Requiem for a Dream, uno dei miei film preferiti.
Ciononostante sono uscito dal cinema scombussolato e confuso. Inteso sia nel senso del passaggio dall'uomo alla scimmia, sia nel senso del passaggio al genere Fantasy del tipo Il Signore degli anelli, Lo Hobbit o Hunger Games.
Io ho trovato questo film un ottimo spunto per riflettere e credo che sia stato questo, fondamentalmente, lo scopo del regista.
Ho trovato Russell Crowe superlativo. Eccellente la Connelly Entusiasmanti molte scene, come la Creazione. Lo consiglio vivamente a chi non l'ha ancora visto.
Il film di Darren Aronofsky mi lascia perplesso. Non condivido tutto questo entusiasmo. Cupo e attraversato da una luce livida e fredda, con [ Attori con visi anglosassoni, espressioni e modi di muoversi tipicamente americani, belli curati, pettinati, denti bianchi e perfetti interpretano non "American Pie" ma una storia fantasy liberissimamente ispirata alla bibbia.
Il tutto ambientato in un paesaggio tra la saga nordica e il post moderno, che al massimo fa pensare al Signore degli Anelli, non certo alla Bibbia.
NOAH, un film non facile da realizzare, per una tematica scivolosa come una saponetta. Ogni tema biblico pone di fronte al dilemma se creare una rappresentazione realistica e attinente ai racconti, o se creare una rappresentazione ideale, a tratti onirica, sulla base delle proprie suggestioni personali.
E mettiamo subito da parte il discorso effetti speciali-3 D e via dicendo: ottimi, com'era da aspettarsi, e sicuramente gran diluvio.
Ma in quest'epoca di effetti speciali mirabolanti era un dato facile da prevedere. E mettiamo anche da parte il discorso del racconto che, rispetto alla Bibbia, si prende una bella serie di liberta' [ Grandi effetti speciali.
Nel fare questo, il regista si affida a un immaginario fantasy, fatto di effetti in CGI e grandi spazi con fondali in post produzione. E' una scelta piuttosto convenzionale, almeno nei nostri tempi e, proprio per questo, si porta dietro il rischio di appiattimento [ Come ogni chef con un minimo di mestiere, sa come rendere appetibile la pietanza con una bella spolverata di effetti speciali, montaggio sapiente e frasi ad effetto pronte [ Certo fa effetto notare una recensione positiva per un film tanto insipido, quanto visionario.
Dura 2ore e 20? Non sembra proprio! Ritmo avvincente, non ci si annoia mai, bellissimo. Film capolavoro, ben organizzato e calibrato; attori bravissimi, veri, credibili i personaggi; effetti speciali super, fotografia spettacolare che ritrae tutta la bellezza dei panorami islandesi.
Ilregistadi The Wrestlere Il cigno ne-roha realizzato un film ibrido, un ircocervo che comincia come uno spin-off del Signore degli anelli poi, verso i due terzi,diventa un melodramma familiare basato su un dilemma morale.
Poche pagine che sono bastate ad Aronofsky per tirare fuori un film, di oltre due ore, che, a tratti, deborda per la troppa voglia di stupire.
Un mix interpretativo tra fantasy, new age e Sacre Scritture, visivamente imponente alcune scene in 3D sono incredibili ma con narrazione kitsch e dal forte messaggio ecologista.
Quel pasticciaccio brutto del Diluvio Universale. Premesso che in Europa le zuffe d'oltreoceano su come Hollywood traffichi [ The sound is thrilling in its authenticity too.
There are some good performances, the best of which coming from Russell Crowe, who plays with real steel and a powerful charisma.
Jennifer Connelly is a sympathetic and touching wife and mother figure, and has a scene in the last act that really does hit home and is not over-the-top.
Some have disliked Emma Watson's performance but for me she brought genuine heart to a role that was more of a plot-device up until the last act, at that point she becomes the character you relate to the most.
Anthony Hopkins does not have much to do but he is gleefully enjoyable in his role of Methusalah. Noah did personally fall very short though, and actually the little relation to the Bible no matter how people carp on about it is the least of its problems.
Douglas Booth is rather bland and too pretty-boy-model-like while Logan Lerman came across as wooden and forced, Ham could easily have been the character we related to but for that to happen I think the film could have expanded much more on his character arc and situation.
The characters generally are underdeveloped, especially the villain and Ham's subplot had potential to be expanded much more but Ila's character has a lot of heart and effort is made to humanise Noah although some of his decision making comes across as rather sudden.
The special effects are a mixed bag, the flood effects are outstanding and the built-to-scale ark also looks incredible, both of which with much grandeur.
But the Rock Monsters or the Watchers have a dated look, are written in a way that feels irrelevant to the story or in a way that doesn't gel with everything else going on and slightly like Transformers clones, and some of the animals notably the snakes look like computerised toys that don't blend within the scenery very well.
The dialogue does often feel stilted and confused, especially in the first act, while taking an overwrought if well-intentioned turn in the last and coming across as a little heavy-handed in places.
The story does have a number of bright spots and contains some powerful messaging, but does drag a fair bit and has some stuff that felt like filler, the film easily could have been half-an-hour shorter.
The story is also a bit of a weird one, and one that leaves more questions than answers, in a sense that it does feel like it doesn't quite know what it wants to be, there's some sci-fi, some action-epic and some character-driven study which takes up the last act , all three of which with uneven results.
The ending is for my liking a bit too convenient as well. Aronofsky's direction is broad and is at home with the style of the film and the spectacle but he fails to make the story properly engage which is unusual for Aronofsky.
Overall, ambitious but uneven. Noah is nowhere near as bad as a lot of the negative reviews have said and the stick it gets for not being close to the Bible is on the unfair side- in all fairness though Noah was advertised in a way that was suggestive that it was an adaptation of the biblical story when really it is the bare bones- but it does have a lot of flaws and could have been better considering how much talent was on board.
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