The Odyssey on the other hand takes place after the Trojan War. This is a large oversight. The film also omits a lot of characters and subplots from The Iliad. Here are some examples on how the book and the movie differ. The version online: One Rishi sees through the prank.
Hector was too scared of Achilles to fight him and he ran away around the walls of troy 3 times. In the story of Iliad, Zeus and Hera argue over to the fate of Troy. The main character of the story is definitely Achilles, since the focus of the epic is on his rage. He is seen as impetuous, but loving to his closest comrades Patroclos, Ph … oinix, Antilochus and an honourable man through the compassionate mercy he showed to Priam in returning Hector's body - quite a contrast from how his son, Neoptolemus, is portrayed in Virgil's Aeneid. The story focuses on Odysseus and his family's struggle to recover from the Trojan war's after effects and, primarily, with Odysseus struggle to make it back home.
Krishna, being a god is only mortally wounded. Here are some examples on how the book and the movie differ. In one early scene, Agamemnon sends a boy to Achilles' camp to bring the warrior to the battlefield. Hector is perhaps a little too perfect and noble as he fights both his and his brothers battles with unflagging bravery and honour. Achilles exposes himself as blood thirsty, proud and headstrong. Helen is taken by Paris which starts the Trojan War. Peterson demonstrates human like emotions with Achilles in the film when Priam King of Troy, goes to Achilles at the Greek War camp and asks for Hektors Dead Body back.
The movie is no substitute for the book. The Iliad only covers about 2 weeks in the last year of the war, while the movie shows it all. From this perspective, The Iliadis a work of military propaganda that justifies Mycenaen control of the most valuable sea passage of age the Bosporus , and The Odyssey justifies colonizing Italy and Sicily to the West. Achilles dies at the end of the war. Contrastingly, Hector in Book 22 does stand up to fightAchilles, although he does have an inwardly debate as to whether heshould fight. Both men are regarded as powerful warriors by both Trojan and Achaean forces. Both the film and the poem have the same ending plots, such as the blockade of Troy by the Greeks, the disagreement between the warrior Achilles and the king Agamemnon and these actions started when the prince of Troy Paris who took the wife king Menelaus of Sparta with him.
Some of the major differences between the film and the poem are: 1. When writing the , or Vergil drew from his studies on the Homeric epics of the and the to help him create a for the. All the girls flocked around the jewelry, but Achilles was only interested in the weapons, which gave … him away. With comparing the epic poem 'the Iliad' and the movie ' Troy', there are many differences. A perfect example of this is for Achilles. Achilles is the son of Peleus and the sea-nymph Thetis.
Odysseus convinced him to make a contract with the other suitors that made them promise that should anything happen to Helen, the other kings would assist in getting her back. Priam is begging to Achilles for Hektors body. In The Iliad , it says that the three brothers Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades drew lots as to which realm to rule, and they got the heavens, the sea, and the underworld, respectively, and each was content with his lot. But even though he knew of this knowledge, he still went into the Trojan war, despite this fact, and heroically died in battle. Bhima deemed this too insignificant to cause harm and threw it into the sea.
Arjuna's reason to not take up arms is far more philosophical - his persuasion by Krishna is what is today known as Bhagvad Gita. For example, Athena plays an important role by helping Odysseus rally the Greek troops. Helen had many powerful suitors and her father was too afraid to pick one of them for her husband in fear of offending the others. Achilles One major similarity of Homer's The Iliad and Petersen's Troy is their depiction of Achilles, a demigod thought to be invincible. There are many characters within The Iliad, Achilles being the protagonist.
These two similarities help connect the audience with the film as it concedes with its roots within the epic poem the Iliad which some may already be familiar with. I hope I have helped! On the contrary, The Iliad demonstrates the close interactions between the gods and goddesses and their followers. Agamemnon and Achilles are at war with each other. The Iliad is an epic poem consisting of 23 books by Homer, which focuses on 50 days in the ninth year of the Trojan War, whereas the movie Troy directed by Wolfgang Petersen tells the whole 10 year story of the myth. A character with obvious flaws is Helen. Although most of the movie was on point according to the storyline and dialogues of the characters, there were still some major differences among the two.