At last, a feature film from the atheist's viewpoint. This doesn't mean that it is biased. It's just willing to tell it as it was. It uses the contemporary records as its guide. And it makes for some powerful observations.
It does not shy away from the prejudice and inequality found in religion. It shows religion as a flawed, man-made system; each faith as bad as the other. It is cleverly written, strongly directed and powerfully acted.
Newsnight Review questioned who would be the target audience for this film.