Movie was good but writer try to misguide the audience. The young orphan joins an itinerant barber-surgeon who calls himself Barber. The basics are there but they just feel cobbled together without any thought to the book or what it wants to show. Mirdin's Father as Mehdi Ouazzani. Shah's Messenger 3 as Yasine Affroukh.
While that exists in the book it is nowhere near as central to the story. Isfahan did not look like a The Arabian Nights from Thousand and One Nights, which again belongs to Arabs culture. The Barber then asks the boy to take him to see his old pupil as the film ends. The caravan experience a desert storm, so Rob almost dies. Rebecca is about to be stoned for , when the Shah is apparently stricken with appendicitis.
Farmer Rest of cast listed alphabetically:. Mirdin's Mother as Fatima Harrandi. Rob is reunited with Rebecca, who has come down with the plague, and is able to bond with her since her husband temporarily abandons the city, leaving her to become sick. The boy vows to study medicine and decides to travel to. During the , the is far more advanced than in Europe. In a hospital and college , he is treated by Ibn Sina and admitted as a student to learn the basics of scientific medicine as well as and philosophy including and.
Here we have so many scenes of a Mullah preaching to his people about the evils happening at the academy and by the Shah which are against Allah according to him and it only intensifies to a point that it became painful to watch because it painted them in such a bad light that it became a sad caricature. People still studying his work. Shah's Bodyguard as James Allan Giscombe. The doctor, scientist and philosopher Ibn Sina teaches in , the most important school for aspiring practitioners in the world at that time. Lying in the street with a cut and a he is found by the Guardian, so then he is taken in as a patient. Isfahan is betrayed by the to the , since they want to drive the Jewish community and Ibn Sina's madrasa out of the city.
He goes so far to let everything potentially good in his life go if it can't help him achieve that goal and he sacrifices much and endures so much hardship before finally achieving that goal. In 11th-century England, travelling attempted to supply medical care to the ordinary population, often at the risk of the Church persecuting them for witchcraft. Through countless ordeals and challenges, and making many sacrifices along the way, he struggles on unwaveringly. So he decides to train there to become a physician. Gate Guard as Eljirari Benaissa. When the discover what he has done, both Rob and Ibn Sina are being sentenced to death for. Vowing to become a physician and vanquish Death itself, he travels to Isfahan in Persia to study medicine under the great Ibn Sina.
In the end I must says that History is a tool used by politicians to justify their intentions. This is only touched upon casually in the movie. The shah's interest looks like an Arabic prince interest, where in real life there are big majors different between Arabs and Persians. He notices this for the first time when he feels it as a little boy when his sick mother is dying of , a disease of which he was unaware. Young Boy's Father as Ian Dickinson. His unflagging quest for knowledge leads to the blossoming of friendship and true love. Ibn Sina died peacefully in bed, never committed suicide.
All I can say, it is not a good job to steal someone's work and give it to an imaginary character. Everyone must knows or even heard about Ibn Sina, in the medical field. One of the central themes is how the book shows us various cultures as Rob Cole posing as a Jew comes into real contact with that culture and has to learn everything to be able to blend in better and in turn his view of the world gets widened. Rob returns with Rebecca, as his wife, to London and establishes a hospital. I don't know why it was so highlighted that they felt the need to insert these additional scenes and i don't want to insert current socio political themes in this review but all these scenes could have been cut down and the time better used. Even- though I don't read about Rob Cole any where in Ibn Sina's history, still I can bear adding him to the story but not not giving him all the credit to Ibn Sina's work. There, Rob sees for the first time a , and learns of the famous , who teaches medicine in distant.
The old Barber, Cole's first teacher, learns from a little boy about his former pupil's return and fame. In fact, the book and film of any story is always very different from each other and should be rated separately without comparing them. Ibn Sina heads to the burning library and transfers his to Rob Cole, and also awards him the medical title '. First of all, If one wants to write about history you must make an effort to read about it. When Barber suffers from a , Rob consults a Medicus for him.