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    A historical drama set in Egypt under Roman rule, concerning the intelligent and beautiful philosopher and astronomer Hypatia in the rising wave of Christianity to perusing freedom. There are two men fall in love with her and compete for her heart: her student, the clever Orestes, and her personal slave Duvus, who confused between his secret love and the freedom he can obtain if he follow the Christianity.
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  • Actors of "Agora"

  • Characters of "Agora"

    Hypatia. Character of Agora
    Played by: Rachel Weisz
    Davus. Character of Agora
    Played by: Max Minghella
    Cyril. Character of Agora
    Played by: Sami Samir
    Hypatia's Disciple. Character of Agora
    Played by: Jordan Kiziuk
  • Directors of "Agora"

    Alejandro Amenábar. Director of Agora
    Alejandro Amenábar
    Birthdate: 31 March 1972, Santiago de Chile, Chile
  • Creators of "Agora"

    Alejandro Amenábar. Director of Agora
    Alejandro Amenábar
    Birthdate: 31 March 1972, Santiago de Chile, Chile
    Mateo Gil. Director of Agora
    Mateo Gil
    Birthdate: 23 September 1972, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain
  • Critic Reviews of "Agora"

    October 31, 2012

    A humorless feminist toga epic that fascinates with its intelligence and its abhorrence of the birth of Judeo/Christian culture.

    Miami Herald
    January 31, 2011

    All brain, no heart.

    Chicago Reader
    January 03, 2011

    This Spanish-produced period drama is pretty dreadful: the drama is torpid, the astronomy lessons pedantic, and the spear-and-sandal production values flat-out cheesy.
    September 21, 2010

    Although the movie's history is spotty, its dialogue is sometimes clunky, and time frames are telescoped, its overall impact packs a powerful punch.

    Detroit News
    August 13, 2010

    Manages to mix philosophy, history, hysteria and a love triangle and still be something of a bore.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    July 29, 2010

    Some may consider "Agora" sound history, others may label it heresy, but I call it thumping good drama.

    Movie Talk
    August 01, 2012

    Agora is intelligent, stirring and, as the cultural devastation wrought by religious zealots plays out on screen, heartbreaking.
    June 21, 2011

    Filled with literal and metaphysical stone throwing between the religions, Agora is saddled with a muddy narrative and too many blokes who look alike.

    January 12, 2011

    Ambitious, sprawling and melodramatic, this sword-and-sandal epic lacks subtlety and struggles to provide much charm - ultimately dissolving into a rather obvious morality tale about the rise of fundamentalism.

    Uruguay Total
    December 23, 2010

    Un digno retrato de época - no exento de ciertas simplificaciones - que logra recuperar con interés un período histórico y una figura olvidada como la de Hipatia (buena labor de Rachel Weisz).

    Cinema Autopsy
    November 24, 2010

    Agora could have been a powerfully subversive feminist film, but while it does have its moments it never truly lives up to its ambitious potential.

    MovieTime, ABC Radio National
    November 18, 2010

    Somehow sessions of platonic inquiry interleaved with scenes of battle and riots do not make for a very gripping film. This one is sludgy in the extreme.

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