Agora : Alexandria, Egypt. 391 A.D. The World Changed Forever
Posted on May 18, 2010 | New Movie
Agora is the name of a town in Alexandria, northern Egypt, which is occupied by Christians. It is said that time (the 4th century AD), Christians fail to practice what the Bible says God’s Word. This is because the arrogance of the Christians who feel the most right. Many minorities like Jews and intellectuals are principally opposed to them, were slaughtered en masse.
The story turned on through the role of Hypatia (Rachel Weisz) who devoted his life for science. He tried hard to solve the mystery of how the actual position of the sun and the earth. However, the principle is so devoted to science and are inconsistent with the Christians brought into a situation of distress. Even his position, as a woman who loved Orestes (Oscar Isaac), an influential figure in the city politicians Agora, can not help Hypatia out of the situation.
‘Agora‘ is a film production colossal Spain with the biggest budget reached U.S. $ 70 million. This big budget because the producers had to build a magnificent set of Agora city in the archipelago of Malta.
Rachel Weisz managed to turn the role of Hypatia as a female character mathematician and astronomer who influence our knowledge. Although it is really quite hard to get the history of Hypatia, but at the hands of director Alejandro Amenabar reliable (who also wrote the screenplay), ‘Agora’ as if it can revive the historical narratives that have been long gone.
Title : Agora
Director : Alejandro Amenabar
Distributor : Paramount Pictures
Release date : 30 April 2010 (Indonesia)
Starring : Rachel Weisz, Max Minghella, Oscar Isaac, Rupert Evans
May 18, 2010 |
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