Saw Agora last night at the Little Theatre.
I'd read a lot about it, and already knew there were some historical inaccuracies (and unfounded plot points, such as crediting her with the discovery of elliptical orbits), but I wasn't much bothered by having the satellite view include the Aswan dam. It is a story about a leading female intellectual from a time where females where better off staying out of the limelight, blended with religious strife between Christians, Pagans, and Jews.
Hypatia was acted brilliantly, and the movie had quite a few high points. Overall, I found it dragged in parts, and a few other parts seemed a bit preachy - but I was still impressed and touched. At the end of the movie, a manly tear welled in the corner of my eye, but I managed to stop it from spilling.
I'd recommend it to anybody fascinated by the subject matter, but not to everybody.
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