He wore traditional clothing, and he came across as feeling more advanced than the pagan Northmen.
The first third of the film followed closely, as Ibn Fahdlan watched a chieftain’s burial, and the next morning was subject to a huge cultural difference.
He is exiled, becoming an ambassador to Northern Europe, and after being harried by Tartar bandits ends up finding an encampment of Northmen.
He and his companion see the culture of the Northmen, and the often wild differences between Arabic and Northmen cultures.
When reading a narrative so watching a film you need to watch out for the similarities and differences between the two. There was a firedrake at the terminal of the book that killed Beowulf.
The book Beowulf and the film Beowulf have a few similarities and a good spot of differences. The film has wholly different manner of demoing these.Cultural Differences and Conflicts The character of Ibn Fahdlan was portrayed, especially in the first half of the film, as the “fish out of water” stereotype, attempting to keep up with the Northmen in their environment.While the Northmen drank large amounts of alcohol, he refused according to his Muslim beliefs. The people both in the book and film celebrated the decease of Grendel by imbibing. Beowulf kills Grendel and his female parent both in the book and film. Beowulf cuts off Grendel’s arm while he is contending him in the book. with Beowulf cutting off Grendel’s arm in a battle.Some similarities are they both have the same characters. the people celebrate the decease of Grendel with imbibing. and Beowulf kills both Grendel and his female parent. The movie’s positions of these are Hrothgar is Grendel’s male parent and Beowulf’s male parent is Bale. These similarities may look like the lone thing needed to compare a narrative to a film but you besides need to contrast it utilizing the differences.One of the Northmen bangs a gong to warn the villagers, and as the villagers seek shelter the stranger among them, an Arab named Ahmed Ibn Fahdlan, starts to believe that maybe the mythological dragon could be real after all.Ibn Fahdlan races towards a small girl trapped near the head of the dragon, and as he reaches her he sees that it is not a dragon, but hundreds of cavalry with torches.Ibn Fahdlan and Herger are the audience’s surrogates in the events that unfold.As each learns about the other’s culture, both must defend themselves, and the group, from the evil Wendol. The mythological monsters are replaced with real elements, the details clouded as they were passed down from century to century.