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Pour la cruauté des hommes by Darren Aronofsky
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Read on June 16, 2012

Noé: Pour la cruauté des hommes, Noah in English, is the first of four volumes of the graphic novel series written by the Academy Award Nominee Darren Aronofsky. As he already did with The Fountain and fellow Ari Handel, Aronofsky published his ideas before directing it into a movie (2014 apparently).It's impressive how this project is desired in Hollywood and they decided to publish it in Europe with Le Lombard (Belgian publishing, which explains why it is only available in French).

Anyway let's be honest about the plot. If you read the Genesis and knows the story of Noah, good, but if you are a fan of the original (you never know) this is completely different from the Old Testament. Noah is one of this iconic character living in a dust land where sadness and pain is portrayed by the red, orange, yellow and brown. And it works well.

Something I would strongly recommend for graphic novel fans and espacially Aronofsky's creativity.

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