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Film Review: The Theory Of Everything

Posted by sean123 from Cardiff - Published on 16/03/2015 at 15:16
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  • The Theory Of Everything

The Theory Of Everything

Director: James Marsh

With: Eddie RedmayneFelicity JonesTom Prior

12A, 123mins

The Theory Of Everything is an extremely well acted movie based on the life of Stephen Hawking (who is still alive).

It shows how Stephen got a terrible illness called motor-neurone disease and how he has lived through the terrible paralysis, gradually taking over his muscles, stopping him from moving most of his body.

Stephen is diagnosed with this utterly devastating illness while he is studying a PhD in physics at Cambridge University, and after he has just found his true love. 

Watch the film to find out how this affects both lives and how Stephen manages to raise his many children. The main actor who plays Stephen Hawking is Eddie Redmayne and he is just outstanding! He even won an Oscar for all his amazing acting skills in this film!

The Theory Of Everything can be a bit upsetting at times but is extremely accurate in regards to the illness Stephen has, and how this has affected him. I would strongly recommend watching this film to anyone, as it is totally amazing and is extremely well acted!

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ooool2iver

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Commented 14 months ago - 17th March 2015 - 13:43pm

Nice film review sean

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