Hawking: The search for the beginning of time – TV-Tip of the Week

Hawking: The search for the beginning of time - TV-Tip of the Week

Hawking: The search for the beginning of time – TV-Tip of the Week

  On his 21st Birthday consider the physics student, Stephen Hawking and the girl of his heart lying on the grass, the stars – as Hawking succeeds in getting up suddenly no longer exist. In the hospital, he learns the bitter truth: The diagnosis was amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ALS. This muscle disease progressively restricts movement and the ability to speak and eventually leads to respiratory failure. Nevertheless, the cosmologist is focused more and more on his studies. Of all the great luminary Sir Fred Hoyle Hawking relates the counter and attacked the theory of continuity of the universe. Philosopher Stephen Dennis Sciama rebukes him for improper performance, but also provoked the creativity of his protege, and calls him an original intellectual performance, rather than merely criticize to Hoyle. Hawking goes in search of the beginning of time, but the disease rapidly worsens the motor skills of the gifted and consequently, its working conditions. His marriage to the lovely Jane Wilde and his further scientific career in the highly coveted fellowships College are at risk. If the academics win the race against time and bring his progressive disability despite the evidence of the big bang end?

Hawking – The search after the beginning of time provides a fascinating insight into the extraordinary Human life performance and academic career of the physicist at the elite University of Cambridge. Director Philip Martin succeeds brilliantly, weaving a portrait of the genius of Stephen Hawking as a young man with an exciting journey of discovery to the deepest roots of the universe. The infectious appetite for life, and the signs of progressive paralysis Benedict Cumberbatch has credibly appropriated for this role. Cinematographer Julian Court begins with the subjective perspective of Hawking’s skillfully hand-held camera shots and delicate blur book. The ground-breaking ability of the physicist’s theoretical knowledge is supported by recording fictitious interview with the BBC the U.S. Nobel laureates Arno Penzias and Robert Wilson. The film is a hopeful tribute to one of the greatest thinkers of our time, his astonishing intellectual creativity and the will power with which he overcame his illness to pursue his research vision.

Title: Hawking: The Search for the beginning of time – TV-Tip of the Week Country of production: United Kingdom Year of production: 2004 Length: ( #) 89 (Min)

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