Marie Curie Was the first woman ever to receive a Nobel prize, and the first person to receive two Nobel prizes. See more »
Halfway through the ending credits, a sequence shows the characters of Marie Curie and Paul Langevin, in costume, strolling through modern-day Paris, with occasional onlookers staring and taking pictures. See more »
If you expect a literal scientific bio of Marie Curie, it is not that film. However, Marie Noelle focuses on the protagonist as a woman, first of all, and then as a scientist fighting in the world of men-dominated academia. And this selection makes the film particularly interesting. Beautifully shot, with masterfully selected music, and splendid performance of Karolina Gruszka. You can watch it as a love story or more as a dedication to your love. A very inspiring tale of tenacity and courage.
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