While the story and the contents of the film stays true to the Old Testaments of the Bible, it seems like the story takes place in a distant future after a global post-nuclear disaster, unlike in the Bible, in which the story did took place in the distant past during a time when modern civilizations first occurred. The story begins with the story of creation, where Adam and Eve made wrong choices and rebelled against the creator, and since then the world has been fallen and sinful. Corrupt with man’s destructive advances. The creation needs to be saved and be safe from the destructive works of mankind. The story is of the Biblical character Noah, the son of Lamech and the grandson of Methuselah, who has been given a task by God to save creation by means of creating an ark, and rescuing pairs of living species, before God destroys the world by means of a world-wide flood. Noah faces the overwhelming task of building the wooden ark and getting the living species on the arc with the help of “watchers”, who are in fact fallen angels, which fell from Heaven. But Noah is walking on a rocky road as he has many enemies, including Tubal-Cain, one of his distant relatives, who later strives to take over his ark and kill Noah and his family. Noah is torn between his duties as being a family patriarch, to protect his family, build the arc and defend all the creation, or cater to his son Ham’s need of finding a wife. With all that taking place, the time is short as God’s wrath is about to be unleashed on the earth. Going through all the hurdles, Noah manages to fulfill the commandments of God, and builds an arc for the salvation of creation.
Noah is actually a very good film, and does a very good job of explaining Biblical knowledge to people who barely know much about the Bible, and know the reasons for Noah’s flood. Being a star studded film as it is, with celebrated actors such as Anthony Hopkins, Russell Crowe, Emma Watson, this movie brought in a big