“Destiny” happens in twelfth century Spain, yet could occur today. It is an odd, overcome film, part ardent acting, part musical, adopting a wide famous strategy to inquiries of religious conviction. It was coordinated by an Egyptian, financed from France, set in the Spanish region of Andalusia, and captured in Lebanon and Syria. It’s totally off the guide for most American moviegoers, which is one of its charms.
The story includes the genuine Arabic thinker Averroes, who trusted that the Koran was interested in elucidation. Yes, he instructed, the book is the expression of God, yet God gave us knowledge with the goal that we may reason about his words and not aimlessly take after their exacting implications. All things considered, to expect that the psyche of God can be lessened to conventional human dialect and contained in negligible words is itself a sort of sin.