Basierend auf Jane Hawkings Memoiren Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen erzählt Regisseur James Marsh (Man on Wire) nach einem. Kinostart: zum Trailer. Bewegendes Drama über das Verhältnis des brillianten Physikers Stephen Hawking und seiner Frau Jane. Die Entdeckung. 2 Std. 3 batresponsibility.euische Dramen. Während Stephen Hawking sich in der Welt der Physik einen Namen macht, wird sein Körper Dieser Film ist .
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Bereits während seines Studiums in Cambridge erkrankt der geniale Physiker Stephen Hawking an der degenerativen Nervenkrankheit ALS. Nur die Liebe zu der Romanistikstudentin Jane Wilde gibt ihm die Kraft, nicht in Depressionen zu versinken und. Die Entdeckung der Unendlichkeit – Wikipedia. Stephen Hawkings Beteiligung. Es heißt, Stephen Hawking soll von dem Film so angetan gewesen sein, dass er anbot, als Sprecher mitzuwirken. Die. Kinostart: zum Trailer. Bewegendes Drama über das Verhältnis des brillianten Physikers Stephen Hawking und seiner Frau Jane. Die Entdeckung. Eddie Redmayne als Stephen Hawking in einer Szene des Kinofilms "Die Entdeckung der (Deutschlandradio Kultur, Vollbild, ). Die Entdeckung der Unendlichkeit ist ein Biopic über den Physiker Stephen Hawking mit dem Schwerpunkt auf seine Ehe mit seiner Frau Jane, die von bis. Basierend auf Jane Hawkings Memoiren Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen erzählt Regisseur James Marsh (Man on Wire) nach einem.
2 Std. 3 batresponsibility.euische Dramen. Während Stephen Hawking sich in der Welt der Physik einen Namen macht, wird sein Körper Dieser Film ist . Anlässlich des Todes, von Physiker Stephen Hawking, war es für mich ein muss, mir diesen Film anzuschauen. Er hat mich sehr berührt. Wirklich sehr gut. Kinostart: zum Trailer. Bewegendes Drama über das Verhältnis des brillianten Physikers Stephen Hawking und seiner Frau Jane. Die Entdeckung.
Over the course of their marriage as Stephen's body collapsed and his academic renown soared, fault lines were exposed that tested the lineaments of their relationship and dramatically altered the course of both of their lives.
Written by The Times. Via: L. Here, I will make my very best effort to explain exactly why this is the case. Within minutes, we are inserted into the stop-motion bloom of Stephen and Jane's surprisingly intense and, yes, sweet relationship.
In its early minutes, we also get some foreshadowing of Stephen's ominous deteriorating health, which, obviously, in and of itself, will not prove to be the least bit surprising to anyone watching the film.
Considering that the movie is based on her book, could it have been anything else? As a logical result, what we get here is a focus on Stephen Hawking the man, the husband; his private persona, much more than his public and professional one!
Will this emphasis on his relationship with Jane and his prolonged struggle with ALS and its debilitating effects, leave some people feeling somewhat shortchanged?
Undoubtedly, there will be some. I prefer not to go into any more detail, because we wouldn't want any Spoilers, now would we? An interesting personal anecdote in relation to Mr.
Well, as I'm sure perhaps millions of you have noticed, when he speaks, using what has come to be considered his trademark computerized voice, he clearly speaks with an American accent!
To my chagrin, just a few years back, did I discover that it was simply a case of American technology determining to use its own voice.
Quite honestly, the movie seems to do a lot of "Reelin In the Years! To clarify that a bit, the movie constantly skips forward a few years at a time, briefly shows us a new son or daughter, for example, in a couple scenes, then jumps forward a couple years and repeats this process!
Perhaps the sheer volume of detailed events in Hawking's life would have been better served by presenting them in a four or six hour mini-series?
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Oscar Spotlight: Best Screenplay. Watched in Use the HTML below. She tells Stephen's father she intends to stay with Stephen even as his condition worsens.
They marry and have their first son Robert. Stephen presents his thesis to the examination board, arguing that a black hole created the universe in a Big Bang , that it will emit heat , and that it will end in a Big Crunch.
While celebrating with Jane and his friends, Stephen realises he cannot walk, and begins using a wheelchair. After the Hawkings have their daughter Lucy , Stephen develops a theory about the visibility of black holes, and becomes a world-renowned physicist.
Jane, focusing on the children and on Stephen's health and increasing fame, is unable to work on her own thesis and becomes frustrated.
Stephen tells her he will understand if she needs help. She joins the church choir, where she meets widower Jonathan and they become close friends.
She employs him as a piano teacher for her son and Jonathan befriends the entire family, helping Stephen with his illness, supporting Jane, and playing with the children.
When Jane gives birth to another son, Timothy, Stephen's mother asks Jane if the baby is Jonathan's, which she denies.
Jane sees that Jonathan overheard the conversation, and is appalled, but when they are alone, they admit their feelings for one another.
Jonathan stays away from the family, but Stephen visits him, saying that Jane needs him. Stephen is invited to attend an opera performance in Bordeaux , and suggests he attend with his students while Jane and Jonathan take the children camping.
Stephen is taken ill during the performance, and rushed to a hospital. While in the hospital, the doctor informs Jane that he has contracted pneumonia, and that he needs a tracheotomy in order to survive, but which will leave him unable to speak.
She agrees to the surgery. Stephen learns to use a spelling board , and uses it to communicate with Elaine, his new nurse. He receives a computer with a built-in voice synthesiser , and uses it to write a book, A Brief History of Time , which becomes an international best-seller.
Stephen tells Jane that he has been invited to America to accept an award, and will be taking Elaine with him. Jane faces the realisation that her and Stephen's marriage has not been working, telling him she "did her best".
Jane and Stephen agree to divorce. Stephen goes to the lecture with Elaine, the two having fallen in love, and Jane and Jonathan reunite.
At the lecture, Stephen sees a student drop a pen; he imagines getting up to return it, almost crying at the reminder of how his disease has affected him.
He goes on to give an inspiring speech, saying, "There should be no boundaries to human endeavour. We are all different. However bad life may seem, there is always something you can do, and succeed at.
While there's life, there is hope". Stephen invites Jane to meet Queen Elizabeth II with him to receive his Order of the Companions of Honour ; they share a happy day together with their children, with Stephen saying "Look what we made".
An extended closing series comprises select moments from the film; shown in reverse, back to the moment Stephen first saw Jane. A final title sequence brings the lives of the lead characters up to date.
Jane and Jonathan are happily married, and she has completed her PhD. She and Stephen remain close friends.
Stephen declines a knighthood from the Queen and continues his research, with no plans to retire in the near future.
In , McCarten read Jane Hawking's memoir Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen , and subsequently began writing a screenplay adaptation of the book, with no guarantees in place.
He met numerous times with Jane at her home to discuss the project. Bruce spent three years with McCarten, further convincing Jane Hawking to agree to a film adaptation of her book, with Bruce stating, "It was a lot of conversation, many glasses of sherry, and many pots of tea".
Marsh had studied archival images to give the film its authenticity, stating, "When we had photographs and documentary footage of Stephen that related to our story, we tried to reproduce them as best we could".
And described portraying Hawking on-screen as a "hefty" challenge, adding that, "The real problem with making a film is of course you don't shoot chronologically.
So it was about having to really try and chart his physical deterioration [so] you can jump into it day-to-day, whilst at the same time keeping this spark and wit and humour that he has".
Redmayne spent six months researching Hawking's life, watching every piece of interview footage he could find of him. It's not just doing a disability.
It's actually charting the course of an illness that erodes the body, and the mind has to project out from that erosion", he said. He added that Hawking gave him his blessing, and also revealed that, "[Hawking's] response was very positive, so much so that he offered to lend his voice, the real voice that he uses.
The voice you hear in the latter part of the story is in fact Stephen's actual electronic voice as he uses it", he said.
By 8 October , principal photography had begun, with the shooting being done at Cambridge University , and at other locations in Cambridgeshire and across the United Kingdom.
The May Ball scene was the last of the outside shoots, with filming in a lecture theatre the following day, and the remaining filming completed in the studio over the final five weeks of production.
The pyrotechnic specialists Titanium Fireworks, who developed the displays for the London Olympic Games , provided three identical firework displays for the Trinity College, Cambridge May Ball scene.
The soundtrack was recorded at Abbey Road Studios. The music that plays over the final scene of Hawking and his family in the garden and the reverse-flashback is "The Arrival of the Birds", composed and played by The Cinematic Orchestra , originally from the soundtrack to the nature documentary The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos.
During editing, filmmakers tried to remake Hawking's synthesised voice, but it did not turn out as they wanted. Hawking enjoyed the film enough that he granted them permission to use his own synthesised voice, which is heard in the final film.
The film takes various dramatic liberties with the history it portrays. The Theory of Everything ' s marketing materials will tell you it is based on Jane Hawking's memoir of her marriage, a book published in the UK as Music to Move the Stars , and then re-issued as Travelling to Infinity.
But the screenwriters rearranged the facts to suit certain dramatic conventions. And while that always happens in these based-on-a-true-story films, the scale of the departure in The Theory of Everything is unusually wide.
The film becomes almost dishonest—in a way that feels unfair to both parties, and oddly, particularly Jane Hawking herself.
In Slate , L. Anderson wrote that "the Stephen played by Eddie Redmayne is far gentler and more sensitive" than suggested in Travelling to Infinity.
The film alters some of the details surrounding the beginning of Stephen and Jane's relationship, including how they met, as well as the fact that Jane knew about Stephen's disease before they started dating.
For The Guardian , Dean concluded by saying:. The movie presents the demise of their relationship as a beautiful, tear-soaked, mutually respectful conversation.
Of course that didn't actually happen either. Jane's book describes a protracted breakup that comes to a head in a screaming fight on vacation.
She also described devastation when Hawking announced by letter he was leaving her for his second wife, Elaine Mason. He ended up married to Mason for 10 years before that fell apart, and then he and Jane mended fences.
Which, as it happens, the movie fudges too. It tries to present the rapprochement as coming when Hawking was made a Companion of Honour in , but that actually happened before the couple separated.
Physicist Adrian Melott , a former student of Dennis Sciama , Hawking's doctoral supervisor portrayed in the film, strongly criticised the portrayal of Sciama in the film.
On 8 October , Universal Pictures International had acquired the rights to distribute the film internationally.
On 10 April , Focus Features acquired the distribution rights to The Theory of Everything in the United States , with the plan of a limited theatrical release.
The film had a limited release in the United States on 7 November ,  expanded in successive weeks to Taiwan, Austria, and Germany,  ahead of a United Kingdom release on 1 January , before being released throughout Europe.
The site's critical consensus reads, "Part biopic, part love story, The Theory of Everything rises on James Marsh's polished direction and the strength of its two leads.
But it borrows from the right sources, this theory. And that's something", while praising Redmayne's performance, McCarten's script, and Delhomme's cinematography.
One told me he came in with high expectations for a quality movie, and this one exceeded them". The film was not without its detractors.
Some criticised Marsh's focus on Hawking's romantic life over his scientific achievements. Alonso Duralde of The Wrap stated that "Hawking's innovations and refusal to subscribe to outdated modes of thinking merely underscore the utter conventionality of his film biography".
The movie doesn't deserve any prizes for its drive-by muddling of Dr. Hawking's scientific work, leaving viewers in the dark about exactly why he is so famous.
Instead of showing how he undermined traditional notions of space and time, it panders to religious sensibilities about what his work does or does not say about the existence of God, which in fact is very little.
Writing for The Guardian ' s film blog, Michelle Dean argues that the film does a disservice to Jane Wilde Hawking , by "rearrang[ing] the facts to suit certain dramatic conventions The Theory of Everything is hell-bent on preserving the cliche".
The film's producers, writer, director Marsh, and actors Redmayne and Jones were widely favoured for award season success. The Theory of Everything received several awards and nominations following its release.
The film, and Jones were also nominated. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster . Working Title Films . Release date.
Running time. United Kingdom  Japan  United States . It is how these two characters, these two real people transcend all the complications and curveballs that life throws at them.
Main article: List of accolades received by The Theory of Everything.