Contrary to Ralph R. Acampora's characterisation of Noah as a benign despot, director Darren Aronofsky claims Noah as the "first environmentalist", and that the story of Noah "is the first apocalypse". This chapter wants to take Darren Aronofsky's claims seriously but think through some of the assumptions inherent in these statements. It suggests that the central belief remains an anthropocentric "survivable apocalypse". Contrary to Darren Aronofsky's claims, the dual technologies of IMAX and Ark bring together tropes of technological dominion and redemptive environmental stewardship to affirm that it is people who shall save the others, the animals. The chapter describes some suggestions for looking back and responding to the creaturely gaze in a much more lo-fi and quotidian apocalyptic mode. It explores how Darren Aronofsky's film becomes a case-study in depicting the Noah story, offering people ways of thinking through some of the implications of the 'question of the animal'.