This July 24th, Amazon Prime will show the curious story of the French-Polish great scientist Marie Curie narrated in the film ‘Radioactive’ directed by Marjane Satrapi.
You can see the trailer that Amazon Prime Video has just released right here:
The film is based on the novel of the same name written by Lauren Redniss, which has all the spices for lovers of research, theories, and conflicts involving the world of radioactivity. It is also a great way to find out about the life of the first woman to win two Nobel Prizes.
The actress in charge of playing the role of the scientist is Rosamund Pike, who seeks to reflect the life and work of the first woman to hold the professor’s position at the University of Paris.
The film is set in the context of the nuclear age and will not only tell the story of the chemistry process but also of her husband, Pierre Curie, played by the actor Sam Riley.
The first critics thrown on the upcoming release on the streaming platform are acceptable; they believe they captured the identity and essence of the pioneer in the field of radioactivity:
“Marjane Satrapi’s portrayal of the famous chemistry and physics is imperfect, but it captures the spirit of her subject matter (…) Pike offers a dazzling performance”.
On July 24th, Amazon Prime will officially launch the biographical film that shows how the chemical sciences have affected the world.