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Clash of the Titans

Summary: In the 1970's movie Clash of the Titans, the role of religion in mortal's lives is highlighted, along with the influences of the deities over humans, and the interactions of the mortals to the deities' actions.
In ancient Greece, religion played an enormous role in daily life. The actions of

the deities justified why the Greek's lives presumed one direction rather than another.

Early Greeks saw the deities as sources of power, both mentally and physically, therefore

Greek mortals sought to serve their gods and goddesses to the optimum of their ability.

Clash of the Titans demonstrates the role of religion in mortal's lives, the influences of

the deities over humans, and the interactions of the mortals to the deities' actions.

Religion served as a guideline by which the early Greeks strictly followed.

Regardless of the grief, a sacrifice may have imposed upon the mortals, ancient Greeks

would have sacrificed anything, including their lives, if required by the deities. During t

the wedding of Cassiopeia's lovely daughter, Andromeda, to Perseus, Cassiopeia

portrayed her daughter to be more beautiful than Thetis, the goddess...

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