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Noah's Ark (miniseries) is a american film of genre Drama directed by John Irvin released in USA on 2 may 1999 with Jon Voight

Noah's Ark (miniseries) (1999)

Noah's Ark (miniseries)
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Released in USA 2 may 1999
Length 2h58
Directed by
Genres Drama,    Fantastic,    Adventure,    Romance
Rating41% 2.0605452.0605452.0605452.0605452.060545

Noah's Ark is a 1999 miniseries directed by John Irvin and starring Jon Voight, Mary Steenburgen, F. Murray Abraham, Mark Bazeley, Jonathan Cake, Alexis Denisof, Emily Mortimer, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, and James Coburn. The film tells the Biblical story of Noah's Ark from the Book of Genesis. It was initially televised in the United States in three episodes of approximately 60 minutes each (178 minutes combined running time) and, that same year, was also televised in Canada, Germany and Portugal, among other countries.


The film portrays Noah as a resident of Sodom and Gomorrah. The two towns are fighting each other simply for the amusement of their residents. During the fight, Lot, Noah's friend, is injured in the fight, and comes to Noah for help. At the end of the fight, the leader of Gomorrah is killed with his head chopped off and put on a stake, as Sodom claims victory. The next day, Noah's sons excitedly ask their father if he took part in the deadly fight. God then asks Noah to go to Mount Tubac, where God reveals that the wickedness of Sodom and Gomorrah has provoked God to destroy the cites. After Noah fails to find ten righteous people other than Lot and his wife, Noah and his family flee the city with Lot and his wife, who looks back at Sodom as it is being destroyed by fire and brimstone and turns into a pillar of salt. The next day, they encounter a man selling household goods including pots, pans, hats, etc., which is believed to be God in disguise.


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