BOOK OF ELI GERMAN

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Student's Area. A dedicated area where students can explore ELI digital products . Enter Download yours digital book ELI-Iber Conference ; 18/04/ Determined to protect a sacred text that promises to save humanity, Eli goes on a quest westward across the barren, postapocalyptic country. Watch trailers. bestthing.info: Book of Eli German Collectors Edition with Flask: Denzel Washington: Movies & TV.

Unperturbed, Eli offers to share his food with her, and before they eat, he says grace.

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The following day, Solara repeats the prayer during breakfast with her mother, and Carnegie overhears them and realizes that Solara's words relate to the book that he has been seeking.

He soon forces Solara to tell him if Eli was reading a book, and realizes that Eli's book is the one that he wants—a Bible.

Eli sneaks out of his room, but Carnegie and his henchmen confront him in the street. When Eli refuses to give up the book, Carnegie orders him killed.

But the bullets fail to even wound Eli, flying clear of him as if he were somehow protected. Eli shoots many of Carnegie's men and hits Carnegie in the leg with a ricocheted shotgun blast. Solara, having fled the town, leads Eli to a cave which is the town's water supply, hoping that she can accompany him on his travels. Eli traps her inside and continues alone.

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Solara escapes and soon finds herself ambushed by two bandits who attempt to rape her, but Eli reappears and kills them. As they continue, Eli explains his mission to Solara. According to Eli, his book is the last remaining copy of the Bible, as all other copies were intentionally destroyed following the nuclear war thirty years ago.

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He says that he was led to the book by a voice in his head, which then directed him to travel westward to a place where it would be safe. The voice assured him that he would be protected and guided on his journey. Eventually, Eli and Solara find an isolated house.

They fall into a trap, but they manage to allay the suspicions of the residents, George and Martha, who invite them in for tea. When Eli realizes that the couple are cannibals , they attempt to leave just as Carnegie and his henchmen arrive.

In the ensuing shootout, George, Martha, and many of Carnegie's men are killed, and Eli and Solara are captured. Carnegie threatens to kill Solara unless Eli surrenders the Bible.

With the Bible now in his possession, Carnegie shoots Eli and leaves him for dead. Why did Eli have to show everyone the back of his hands? What was the significance of that?

The reason he had to show his hands was to prove that he was not a cannibal. If someone consumes human brain and nervous system tissue, such as the spinal cord, they risk developing "Kuru", a disease related to Creutzfeldt-Jakob aka Mad Cow disease. It is caused by warped proteins called prions, and causes small holes to form in the brain of infected individuals.

The disease causes trembling and shaking all over the body, which worsens over time.

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How is it that Redridge didn't hit Eli when shooting at him in the town shoot out? Redridge fired one shot at Eli with his pistol and by the sounds of it, completely missed.

The second shot, he took his time, gripped his pistol properly, aimed, fired and if you notice he hit Eli in his backpack. At this point Eli turned around and a shoot-out with Carnegie's men ensued. If we are going with realism here, it could be said that improper maintenance caused the pistol to be significantly less accurate, so even if Redridge was aiming directly at Eli, if there was a significant amount of dirt or build-up in the barrel, it could cause the bullet to stray far off course.

This would explain why Redridge looked at the gun after he fired his first shot. As for the shot hitting Eli's backpack, it's possible it hit something inside his pack which stopped the bullet.

Possibly one of his machetes, the bible, or something else.

If you want to go with certain mystical qualities the film presents, it could be said that divine intervention stopped the bullets. Alternatively, several scenes hint that Redridge may be a reluctant killer in a brutal world, hiding a good heart beneath a normally uncompromising exterior and that he found himself unable to kill Eli without flinching at the last second and missing.

How did Eli die?Throughout history, there have been many people who have started wars or genocides and so on by overall exploiting people's superstitions hence "organized superstition" and thereby claiming they were doing God's work.

While waiting, he goes across the street to the town bar, where a gang of bikers attack him, but he quickly kills all fifteen.

Carnegie also has control of a hidden water supply which he rations to the townspeople. If we are going with realism here, it could be said that improper maintenance caused the pistol to be significantly less accurate, so even if Redridge was aiming directly at Eli, if there was a significant amount of dirt or build-up in the barrel, it could cause the bullet to stray far off course.

He was shot in the gut and if he didn't receive proper medical care, he would have died slowly, but definitely would have died eventually.

Realizing that Eli is a literate man like himself, Carnegie asks Eli to stay, making it clear that the offer is non-negotiable. Carefully peeling back the layers of stigma and disapproval with which the modernist housing estates of the s and s are customarily treated today, Rubin manages to recapture the utopian quality that underwrote projects such as the Marzhan estate. With the Bible now in his possession, Carnegie shoots Eli and leaves him for dead.

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