There are two Creation stories in Genesis, and the details don’t always mesh. Likewise, there are three origin stories in Darren Aronofsky’s Noah — the opening prologue, the story of the Watchers told by Og, and the story of Creation and the Fall told by Noah — and the details there don’t always fit together all that comfortably, either.
Films, children’s books and other retellings of the Creation story sometimes integrate the two Genesis stories by omitting some details and rearranging the rest, so that, for example, Adam names the animals and Eve is taken from Adam’s rib (a la Genesis 2) before God tells the man and woman to be frutiful and multiply (a la Genesis 1).
Similarly, I thought it might be fun to take the three origin stories in Noah and weave them together into a single narrative showing how the Watchers and the early humans were created and fell. The screencaps below are only a sampling of the images from these sequences, but I have kept every word that accompanied them.