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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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Miami Herald
All brain, no heart.
January 31, 2011
Screenwize
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.
January 12, 2011
Flicks.co.nz
Filled with literal and metaphysical stone throwing between the religions, Agora is saddled with a muddy narrative and too many blokes who look alike.
June 21, 2011
MovieTime, ABC Radio National
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.
November 18, 2010
Detroit News
Manages to mix philosophy, history, hysteria and a love triangle and still be something of a bore.
August 13, 2010
Chicago Reader
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.
January 03, 2011