This is the third time Ethan Hawke and writer/director Michael Almereyda have worked together. The other two are Hamlet (2000) and Cymbeline. See more »
In a scene set in 1884, Edison chides Tesla as being from Transylvania and drinking blood. However Bram Stoker did not written Dracula until 1897, thirteen years later, and at that point Transylvania would be not be associated with vampires and an obscure province of Eastern Europe not widely known in the US. See more »
In the universe, there is a core from which we receive all information, inspiration, knowledge, and strength.
I know it's not simple to be able to love calmly. To trust without fear. To commit yourself to really difficult tasks with unlimited energy. Is it better to be vindicated or to be loved? Idealism cannot work hand in hand with capitalism. True or false? Are dreams and intelligence enough to save the world? Is your heightened ability, your brilliance a blessing or a curse?
You have become ...
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The film is very confusing. I can't really follow the story, because it has a lot of seemingly irrelevant shots or fantasy shots - I can't really tell. I was genuinely bored by "Tesla". "The Current War" is a way better film. Watch that one instead.
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