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Published On: Wed, Dec 16th, 2015

New ‘Noah’s Ark’ film set for 2016 DVD release

Noahs ark photoOne man’s faith must save humanity in the celebrated drama, Noah’s Ark. Gracefully recounting the inspiring, biblical story of Noah and the ark, the spectacular adventure will arrive on DVD and Digital HD February 2 from Cinedigm (NASDAQ: CIDM). The “compelling” (The Daily Mail) story features captivating portrayals from David Threlfall (UK’s “Shameless”) and Joanne Whalley (“The Borgias”). Also starring Nico Mirallegro (Common) and Ashley Walters (Get Rich or Die Tryin’), Noah’s Ark was awarded the “Faith-Friendly” seal for ages 12 and above by The Dove Foundation, calling it “a thought-provoking film.”

The gripping tale follows Noah (Threlfall), a farmer and family man, as he is instructed by an angel (Walters) to build an ark in the middle of a desert in order to save his family and the faithful from a devastating flood – a seemingly impossible task, especially when his sons refuse to believe him and lend their help. Noah risks ridicule from his loving but exasperated family and humiliation from the townsfolk in his quest to carry out his God-given task. But his devoted and loving wife (Whalley) decides to build the ark with him in a show of unconditional support and love.

Directed by Kenneth Glenaan (Case Histories, Citizen Charlie)Noah’s Ark is a classic account of one man’s family, faith and fixation with building an ark that may ultimately save both his family and mankind.

For the official trailer, visit here: https://youtu.be/5SzoKnpmq_E

DVD BASICS

Price:               $14.93

Release date:     February 2, 2016

Pre-Book:  December 22, 2015

UPC Number:  883476150499

Item Number:  GP5049

Language:  English

Runtime: 88 minutes

Rating: Not Rated

 

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  1. Darren Ammons says:

    Myself and my family just tonight watched this film in the hopes that it would be accurate to the biblical account of Noah as written in Genesis. While the filming and initial sets were high quality the story though good “and I understand the writers filling in the voids with a story” so long as it doesn’t change the actual account. This movie does just that.
    First there’s the adopted son Cannen, where did he come from? The cajoling of his wife to convince his own son’s to help with the construction of the Ark. Then the arrival of believers who go on the Ark, where in the Holy Bible does it speak of this? In fact it’s made very clear that the only humans on board the Ark are Noah, Shem, Ham and Japeth and each of their wives for a grand total of eight! The end was a total disappointment as nothing is shown of the animals other than a fuzzy glimpse of them in the distance during the start of the flood before loading which would have taken days not the two or three hrs it apparently was accomplished. Nothing of the flood was shown except for water gushing out of a Crack then one quick and I mean quick glimpse of a giant wave hitting the Ark, then the next thing you see is Noah sitting on his pile of rocks playing with the sand while the mysterious passengers walk away. Not one mention of the dove, life on the Ark, nor of the thankfulness on God’s salvation – nothing! The whole movie was basically his family not wanting to believe in him! Needless to say we weren’t impressed!

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