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Testament: The Bible in Animation Creation and the Flood (1996– ) HD online

Testament: The Bible in Animation Creation and the Flood (1996– ) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Animation / Drama
Original Title: Creation and the Flood
Director: Yuri Kulakov
Writers: Brian Sibley
Released: 1996–
Video type: TV Episode
As his ark crosses the drowned Earth, Noah tells his family the story of Adam and Eve, the fall of Lucifer, and the banishment from Eden.
Episode cast overview:
Joss Ackland Joss Ackland - Noah (voice)
David Burke David Burke - God (voice)
Ciarán Hinds Ciarán Hinds - Lucifer (voice)
Simon Harris Simon Harris - Adam / Shem (voice)
Kelly Hunter Kelly Hunter - Eve (voice)
Emma Gregory Emma Gregory - Atarah (voice)
Hakeem Kae-Kazim Hakeem Kae-Kazim - Ham (voice)
Patrick Brennan Patrick Brennan - Japhet (voice)
Sue Roderick Sue Roderick - Naamah (voice)
David Holt David Holt - Captain / Michael (voice)
Stephen Thorne Stephen Thorne - Governor (voice)


Reviews: [1]

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    Jieylau

    In all honesty, this is probably the most artistically adept creation I've ever seen, pun intended. The "Flood" segments tie the story of the Creation together, and are animated in a typical 2D animation style. But the "Creation" segments, for the most part, have a very surreal animation technique - I believe it's paint on glass. The music fits perfectly with the story, and the portions between the angels are on the level of Paradise Lost in film. It's that good.

    This is also one of the few TV series I've found that portray Biblical stories without being preachy and with this kind of realism. It is also one of very few Western animations I've seen that is distinctly /not/ for children - this episode has both female and male nudity, though not explicit. The entire thing is a good watch for the artistic and literary value, even if you're not religious, and I highly recommend it all. This episode is my favorite because of the stylistic choices, though.