I may only be imagining things, but to me, there is. The whole thing is one big circumcision reference, because the movie basically kisses good bye to the gods of the antiquity and their rigid views (and we know how unpopular circumcision was in ancient Greece), and rolls out the carpet for a warm-hearted, coincidentally (?) Israeli heroine with her accidentally (?) also part-Jewish, clearly American co-star (who states to be "average" for "his species" in a nude scene - and we know what average Americans look like below the belt, don't we). I am very much reminded of the Jewish sentiment of the "circumcision of the heart" at the end of the film.
Some people’s opinion one simply cannot change. Mine, for example.