Steve Greydanus interviews Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel

The writer/director and co-writer of Noah.

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  • briest

    Might actually go see this film after reading that interview. His other films were hit or miss with me, but who doesn’t want to see Noah with a flaming sword?

  • MarylandBill

    Certainly this seems more compelling than the “Son of God” movie. While I don’t want biblical movies that are blasphemous, I do think that movies that challenge the way most people read the Bible or have something interesting to say are far better than ones that just present a very vanilla view of the Bible.