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‘The Theory of Everything’ – the journey of a great character

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‘The Theory of Everything’ – the journey of a great character

In 2002, A Beautiful Mind – a film about the life of 20th century scientist John Nash – won convincingly with 4 Oscar gold statues.

Poster for the movie `The Theory of Everything` – candidate for the title `Best Film` of the 87th Oscar.

Based on the memoir Traveling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen by Mrs. Jane Hawking – Stephen Hawking’s first wife, the film tells the story of the extraordinary but unfortunate life of the talented physicist and astronomer on his journey to fight the war.

This is not the first film inspired by Stephen Hawking.

‘The Theory of Everything’ - the journey of a great character

The image of physicist Stephen Hawking is played by actor Eddie Redmayne.

Director James Marsh said it took him nearly 10 years to prepare for the birth of The Theory of Everything.

Eddie Redmayne said that this is one of the most exciting but also the most stressful roles for him.

Playing the role of a 72-year-old man when he was only in his 30s, Eddie Redmayne almost convinced the audience with his acting style that was not too exaggerated but still exuded the tragedy of a fate in a very simple, realistic way.

‘The Theory of Everything’ - the journey of a great character

Both Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne were nominated for Oscars this year for Best Actor and Actress.

Erecting a monument in the simplest way, James Marsh and the film crew turned the story of a great `giant` of the 21st century into a bright, optimistic fairy tale.

The Theory of Everything may not be a movie that will wow audiences like A Beautiful Mind, but it can satisfy those who hope for cinema’s mission of `faithful adaptation`.

It will be difficult to give an absolute assessment of a cinematic work built in this way.

‘The Theory of Everything’ - the journey of a great character

Movie trailer `The Theory of Everything`

Movie trailer ‘The Theory of Everything’

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