Agora

Agora

127 mins | Drama, Adventure, History | May 17, 2009

A historical drama set in Roman Egypt, concerning philosopher Hypatia of Alexandria and her relationship with her slave Davus, who is torn between his love for her and the possibility of gaining his freedom by joining the rising tide of Christianity.

Agora

127 mins | Drama, Adventure, History | May 17, 2009

Agora
A historical drama set in Roman Egypt, concerning philosopher Hypatia of Alexandria and her relationship with her slave Davus, who is torn between his love for her and the possibility of gaining his freedom by joining the rising tide of Christianity.
IMDb rating 7.1
Producers Himenóptero, Telecinco Cinema, Mod Producciones, Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales
Original title Agora
Directors Carmen Soriano, Alejandro Amenábar
Writers Mateo Gil, Alejandro Amenábar

Cast

Rachel Weisz

as Hypatia

Max Minghella

as Davus

Oscar Isaac

as Orestes

Ashraf Barhom

as Ammonius

Michael Lonsdale

as Theon

Rupert Evans

as Synesius

Homayoun Ershadi

as Aspasius

Sami Samir

as Cyril

Richard Durden

as Olympius

Omar Mostafa

as Isidorus

Manuel Cauchi

as Theophilus

Oshri Cohen

as Medorus

Clint Dyer

as Hierax-Parabolano

Yousef Sweid

as Pierre

Amber Rose Revah

as Sidonia

Charles Thake

as Hesiquius

Harry Borg

as Prefect Evragius

George Harris

as Heladius Dignitary

Sylvester Morand

as Dignitary

Jordan Kiziuk

as Hypatia's Disciple

Christopher Dingli

as Student

Joseph Camilleri

as Parabolano

Charles Sammut

as Philosopher

Alan Meadows

as Rabbi

Paul Portelli

as Troublemaker

Alan Paris

as Bodyguard

John Montanaro

as Bodyguard

Malcolm Ellul

as Bodyguard

Ray Mangion

as Crier via Canopica

Mary Rose Bonello

as Old Jewish Woman

André Agius

as Child

Frederick Testa

as Christian

Pierre Stafrace

as Deacon

Clare Agius

as Frightened Hellenic Woman

Wesley Ellul

as Guard

Nikovich Sammut

as Roman Officer

Philip Mizzi

as Surgeon

John Suda

as Customer

Angele Galea

as Charition

Malcolm Galea

as Charition's Brother

Paul Celia

as Indian King

Edward Caruana Galizia

as Student (uncredited)

Guilherme de Franco

as Roman Officer (uncredited)