“Noah” with Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly

Rai4 (digital terrestrial channel 21) Tuesday 24 May, at 9.20 pm will dedicate the prime time to one of the most recent and spectacular exponents of contemporary biblical cinema, “Noah”. Directed by Darren Aronosky, cult director of Requiem for a Dream, The Wrestler and The Black Swan, Noah tells the famous story of Noah’s Ark narrated in the Old Testament; the incredible feat of the patriarch Noah who was commissioned by the Creator to build a gigantic boat useful to contain the most righteous human beings and a couple of every animal species, deserving of salvation from the imminent universal flood that the same God would have destroyed on Earth for punish men. With a blockbuster cut that emphasizes the most catastrophic and spectacular component, Noah makes use of the interpretation of Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly in the roles of Noah and his wife Naameh, Anthony Hopkins is Methuselah and Ray Winstone Tubal-cain. In the roles of Noah’s sons we find Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and Douglas Booth.
To follow, a new episode of “Wonderland” directly from the recent Napoli Comicon, where the Rai4 magazine met some of the most talented promises of contemporary European dystopian comics: Albert Monteys, Léa Murawiec, Florent Ruppert and Jérôme Mulot. Furthermore, Wonderland returns to the territories of the Chernobyl disaster with the recent video game Chernobylite, a survival horror with a dynamic RPG that between exploration and action immerses the gamer in the atmosphere of nuclear disaster. Finally, for the Sound Invaders column, the program addresses the Italian musical new wave of the ’80s, that of the irreverent sounds of demented bands, the punk that was formed in social centers, the alternative electro-pop sound of Camerini and Krisma, up to advent of music videos.

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