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2009 was the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin, which lead to a huge release of books, radio and TV documentaries about the world-changing scientist, along with this feature film. Creation aims to show us the man behind the theory of evolution, and how his great work, The Origin Of The Species, was written against the backdrop of the tragic death of his daughter Annie at age 10. It also deals with how Darwin was deeply afraid the conclusions he had come to could cause huge damage to the Christian religion. The science is all there in this well-made and moving film, but human drama is at the heart of it too.
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