Marie Curie, The Courage of Knowledge Germany, France, Poland, Belgium 2016 | 100 min | OV with german s.t. | Colour | FF 2016
Marie NoelleFor The Anarchist's Wife, Marie Noëlle who directed the film with PeterSehr, was awarded the 2008 Bernhard Wicki Film Prize. In 2012, she and herhusband Peter Sehr († 2013) also directed the biopic Ludwig II.
rated for 0 + yearsIn 1903, the Polish scientist Marie Sklodowska Curie became the first woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics, along with her French husband Pierre Curie. Shortly afterwards, the young mother lost her husband in an accident. She nonetheless decided to continue her work in this male-dominated field on her own. She became the first woman (and foreign woman at that) to be offered a professorial chair at the Sorbonne in Paris. When Marie falls in love with her married colleague Paul Langevin and begins an affair with him, a ferocious scandal is the result. Just as she is about to receive her second Nobel prize, on the urging of Langevin's vengeful wife the Paris press accuse her of adultery. She learns how incompatible rationale and passion are. Marie Curie is a fascinating biopic with an extremely impressive Karolina Gruszka in the title role.
Orig. Title: Marie Curie et la lumière bleue
Filmtype: Fiction Feature
Original language: French
Section: Free Port
Director: Marie Noelle
Screenplay: Marie Noëlle, Andrea Stoll
Cast: Karolina Gruszka, Arieh Worthalter, Charles Berling, Iza Kuna, Malik Zidi, André Wilms
Producer: Marie Noëlle, Mikolaj Pokromski, Ralf Zimmermann
Sprachfassung: OV with german s.t.
Music: Bruno Coulais
Camera: Michal Englert
Set Designer: Eduard Krajewski
Cutter: Isabelle Rathéry, Marie Noelle, Lenka Fillnerova, Hans Horn
Redaktion: Cornelia Ackers
German Distributor: NFP marketing & distribution GmbH
World Sales: Films Boutique
Production: P’Artisan Filmproduktion; Pokromski Studio Warsaw; Glory Film; Schubert International u.a.
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