Adventure • PG-13 • 2009 • 2 hr 7 min
Inevitably sad ending. It is nice there is a movie made of Hypatia.
This movie is so underrated and i cant see why. Interesting characters, good action and amazing story.
For scientiphiles, philosophiles, mathophiles who are looking for the perfect women xD.
While it may feel like it drags some times, it is an interesting retelling of the story of Hipatia.
One of the movies that make love filmmaking!
Good to get to know such a historical personage and the happenings in Alexandria.
a good movie with real historical events
It does gets you thinking a lot about early civilizations and knowledge. Definitely worth a watch(until the end!)
Really slow and boring. I expected much more.
I saw this in my Greek class, seemed cheesy
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