Notoriously controversial director Darren Aronofsky isn't a stranger to encountering complications and criticism during the film making process. If you think back to the last big-budget epic he made, The Fountain, it was essentially an incredibly expensive feature length experimental art film about facing your own death. Aside from taking on a tirade of criticism he also faced near bankruptcy, yet in spite of this it seems that history is now repeating itself with his new film Noah, which has already been banned in several Middle Eastern and north African countries.
Check out the first clip which shows Russell Crowe outlining his plan to survive the coming flood, and the second which is a new international television spot.
Are you a fan of Aronofsky's films who care's to stand up and defend his honour?