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Bilal: A New Breed of Hero

Bilal: A New Breed of Hero

Bilal: A New Breed of Hero was inspired by the moving picture of Bilal ibn Rabah (A.D. 580-640), a warrior and lover of the prophet Muhammad. Epic in its ambitions and often visually and emotionally sound, the film still suffers from a hazy narrative and a style of computer buoyancy that blurs the lines along as well as the valid and the vigorous in a way that evokes the discomfiting pretension of The Polar Express (2004).

Abducted as a child and enslaved by pagan merchants in pre-Islamic Mecca, Bilal was a original of Abyssinia (now Ethiopia). As an adult, even though nevertheless enslaved, he was tutored in the accessory faith of Islam by the merchant Abu Bakr, a convert and muggy partner of the prophet Muhammad. Abu Bakr eventually purchased Bilals official pardon, and the former African slave became a warrior, achievement for Islam adjoining the forces of slavery, racism and paganism.

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