Thursday, February 25, 2010

Agora (2009)

Director Alejandro Amenábar had shown his talent in his very first movie, and now he proves his genius again. Agora is a magnificent, astounding cinematic masterpiece made me speechless. How Christians beautifully portrayed in cinema, Amenábar overturns this false image, takes revenge for Library of Alexandria, which sheltered the cultural heritage of man for hundred years, burned down by Christians (or any other religious people to the context) and honors Hypatia, who I called Carl Sagan of the Hellenes. I salute Amenábar for his courage.

Complete name : Agora.2009.DVDRIP.H264-ZEKTORM.mp4
Format : MPEG-4
File size : 701 MiB
Duration : 2h 1mn
Format : AVC
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 304 pixels
Frame rate : 25.000 fps
Audio Format : AAC
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Language : English
Subtitles: English, Spanish



More than Flavio said...

Thank you very much for making this master piece available

bright things said...

Thanks for making Agora available to all! I hadn't even heard of it before you posted it, and I'm glad I saw it. It goes to show how religious extremists both then and now are all the same, bent on destroying freedom and knowledge.

Luke Radl said...

Thanks so much for posting this! I had merely a passing interest so I checked it out, and it's instantly one of my favorite movies. Really great.

Gordon Freeman said...

Agora is a great movie. It's made a bit prettier than it really was at that time but it is still a good presentation how it looked like. If just they didn't devastated the Library... This put our civilization hundreds of years backward... Well, that's the fact with thechristianity we can't escape. And sadly to say, it still pushes us backward not giving us opportunity to "spread our wings fully"

rmacapobre said...

i liked the film although it was painful to watch the christian mob laid waste to the library. and then one by one the state leaders literally fell on their knees out of fear.

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