Sunday, March 29, 2015

TRAILER AND PHOTOS FOR BBC'S EPIC TV MOVIE 'THE ARK' ON NOAH AND THE FLOOD WITH DAVID THRELFALL, NICO MIRRALEGRO, JOANNE WHALLEY, EMILY BEVAN

BBC'S 'THE ARK' EPIC MOVIE
WITH DAVID THRELFALL, JOANNE WHALLEY, NICO MIRRALEGRO
I almost forgot to show you the trailer and photos for new historical TV movie THE ARK, but it is still not too late since it airs this Monday evening at BBC One ahead of the Easter celebrations! There was some buzz around the project last week when it was revealed that the Biblical story will not have animals in it because the producers deemed it would make the movie less serious and more childish. Kinda ridiculous, isn't it? I will still watch it because it features one of my dearest of the TV stars, lovely Nico Mirralegro (THE VILLAGE) as Kenan, the youngest son of Noah played by David Threlfall, Joanne Whalley is Noah's wife Emmie, Ashley Walters is God’s Angel, with Emily Bevan, Michael Fox, Andrew Hawley, Hannah John Kamen and Ian Smith also starring

A TIMELESS TALE OF FAITH
Noah, a farmer and family man, is instructed by an angel to build an ark in the middle of a desert in order to save both his family and the faithful from a devastating flood. A seemingly impossible task, especially when his sons refuse to believe him and help. Noah risks ridicule and humiliation from the townsfolk, as well as from his exasperated family in his quest to carry out his mission. Can he find the courage to fulfil his God-given task? THE ARK is a timeless tale; a story of family and faith; about one man's belief and fixation with building the ark which will ultimately save his family and mankind. It is an obsession which leads to the fragmentation of his family, a test of their faith in their father and their father’s faith in God and everything he believes in.

26 comments:

  1. I like your Easter Egg button and new Spring look, Dezzy!

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    1. I don't celebrate, but,boy, do I like to use holidays as an excuse for a new layout :)

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  2. Looks like Fabrege Eggs. Red is originally Moravian. Lovely.

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    1. Now, I didn't get the second sentence :)

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    2. The Moravian people used to dye their eggs red.

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    3. all Slavic people dye eggs red at Easter, Serbs, Russians... and they keep the first one throughout the year as it is supposed to guard the house and family :) I usually dye them in onion peel with lil' leaves or fern stuck to it with a piece of nylon stocking

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    4. Fabrege Eggs I'm NOT allergic to.

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  3. I've seen a few clips on the BBC, it does look rather good and a bit of a different roll from Frank Gallagher!

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    1. the only question is whether the audience will accept an Ark without animals and flood :)

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  4. Don't worry, Noah is going to give the animals scuba gear.

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  5. Interesting subject indeed...and a little bit strange!

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    1. yes, no flood and no animals, what's the ark then for? :)

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  6. To save his family and mankind? So he's the one to blame!

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  7. Nice festive wallpaper. I can't make my mind up about this tv series. Plus David I always picture as Frank Gallagher in shameless lol

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    1. thanks, I had my penguins paint the eggs for the occasion... they're very artsy

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  8. The Ark without animals, that will be interesting to see how it plays out.

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    1. and without a drop of rain too, apparently it will end at the moment when the flood is supposed to start....

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  9. Interesting that they're making a movie about Noah's Ark. But reading over the above comments, yes, it does need a few animals...and some water.

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  10. Noah with no animals? What kind of insanity is this!?

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)