Einstein and Eddington (2008)

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In the spring of 1914, with Europe on the brink of war, no one had heard of an obscure German physicist called Albert Einstein. British astronomer Arthur Eddington realised that Einstein's theories could unlock whole new ways of thinking about time and space. Despite the danger of being labelled traitors, the two men began a unique correspondence. An eclipse in Africa provided an opportunity to prove Einstein's theories to the world.

Rating: PG
Genre: Documentary, Drama, Television, Special Interest
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Written By: Peter Moffat
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HBO Films

Cast


as Albert Einstein

as Arthur Eddington

as Sir Oliver Lodge

as Frank Dyson

as Elsa Einstein

as Winnie Eddington

as Mileva Einstein

as Max Planck

as Fritz Haber

as Leopold Koppel
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Oh, goodness. Both of these actors are oodles better than the mess of a script this gives them. I know it's a TV movie, but really. It jumps all over the place emotionally. It forces its characters to go on preachy diatribes about science that don't sound like anything actually coming from anyone's mouths (try as I might, I couldn't help but think of Lost Skeleton of Cadavra: "If we find this meteor, it might mean actual scientific advances in the field of science"). David Tennant managed to make most of it at least sound plausibly human. Andy Serkis couldn't QUITE manage it. A good idea for a movie, and two capable actors to portray the roles, but a lousy screenwriter makes this very not-worth watching.

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