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Genesis: The Creation and the Flood is a TV movie that is based on the Book of Genesis, first book of the Hebrew Bible, where creation of the world and Great Flood are described.This film stars Annabi Abdelialil, Omero Antonutti,Sabir Aziz,Haddou Zoubida and B. Haddan Mohammed.It is based on the Bible's book of Genesis is something akin to a dramatic reading with visuals. The text of Genesis is read by a narrator, who at times appears as an elderly desert nomad telling the story to a small boy and other members of their extended Bedouin family. These presentations make historical sense, of course, as the biblical tales were passed along as oral history for generations.It was directed by an Italian director,Ermanno Olmi.The story begins with the creation of Man and Woman the sin committed by Adam and Eve and the temptation by the snake which led to their banishment from Paradise. The story continues with the first crime committed by mankind Cain's murder of his brother the condemnation of God mankind's corruption and evil and God's regret for having created earth. The choice of Noah a just and upright man to build the Ark the flood and its clearing they way for a new mankind the pact of the eternal Covenant between God and all living beings are told through the clear and simple words of an old nomad shepherd.This TV movie may not provide any new insights into the stories of Genesis, but the dramatizations coupled with the readings from the text are often beautifully filmed, and those interested in experiencing the visual atmosphere of the biblical stories will enjoy the presentation.Also,the beautiful cinematography is a delight to watch.Overall,it is a decent film as compared to other Bible TV movies from the said series.
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