Rosamund Pike (Marie) and Harriet Turnbull (Young Marie) starred as mother and daughter in the 2014 film, What We Did On Our Holiday. See more »
Eve Curie was born Dec. 6, 1904. The Curies won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1903, as shown. But Eve is shown to be born before they are even nominated. See more »
You changed the world.
In the right way?
I'd rather be someone that hopes the world full of light than fears for the darkness out there, wouldn't you?
You threw a stone in the water. The ripples, you can't control. There are things to be scared of, but there's so much to celebrate.
I hope you're right. I hope you're right.
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Marie Curie became more prominent after her death especially around the early years this century, so a film about her life and achievements was a welcome view. There are a few changes in the facts, probably to make this move more dramatic, but perhaps the book from which this film derives, was written like that. The tough days in Marie Curie's life when she arrived in Paris is hardly touched, which undoubtedly lead to her stubborn attitude which is over characterized in this film. In real life she was not such a hard and difficult person.
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