"Radioactive" is a 2019 British biographical drama film directed by Marjane Satrapi.
The starring cast includes Rosamund Pike, Sam Riley, Aneurin Barnard, Anya Taylor-Joy, Sian Brooke, Simon Russell Beale, Indica Watson, Mirjam Novak, Katherine Parkinson, Ariella Glaser and others.
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StudiocanalUK on Tuesday, February 04, 2020 released the trailer for "Radioactive" you can watch here:
RADIOACTIVE - Main Trailer - Starring Rosamund Pike.
Here is a short review of "Radioactive" movie plot summary.
In 1934, Marie Curie (Rosamund Pike) collapses in her laboratory in Paris. As she is rushed to the hospital, she remembers her life. In 1893 she was frequently rejected for funding due to her gender but entered a partnership with Pierre Curie (Sam Riley). After Marie discovered polonium and radium, the two fell in love and got married, having two children. Soon, Marie announces the discovery of radioactivity, revolutionizing physics and chemistry. Radium is soon used in a series of commercial products. Pierre takes Marie to a seance where radium is used to attempt to contact the dead, but Marie disapproves of spiritualism and the idea of an afterlife after the death of her mother in Poland.
Although Pierre rejects the Légion d'honneur for not nominating Marie and insists that the two jointly share their Nobel Prize in Physics, Marie becomes agitated that he accepted the Prize in Stockholm without her. Soon afterwards Pierre becomes increasingly sick with anemia as a result of his research and is trampled to death by a horse. Although she initially dismisses concerns that her elements are toxic, increasing numbers of people die from serious health conditions after exposure to radium. Depressed, she begins an affair with her colleague Paul Langevin (Aneurin Barnard). Although she receives Pierre's professorship at the Sorbonne, the French nationalist press reports the details of her affair with Langevin and she is harassed by xenophobic mobs due to her Polish origins. She returns to the house where she attended the seance and tearfully begs a woman who was there to try to use radium to contact Pierre. When she receives a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911, she defies the committee's instructions not to travel to Stockholm and is greeted enthusiastically.
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"Radioactive" movie release date was scheduled to be on September 14, 2019 (TIFF), on March 11, 2020 (France), on March 20, 2020 (United Kingdom), on May 29, 2020 (Turkey), on June 15, 2020 (United Kingdom), on July 16, 2020 (Germany) and on July 24, 2020 (United States) distributing by StudioCanal (United Kingdom), Amazon Studios (United States), Bir Film, Blitz, CatchPlay, China Film Group Corporation (CFGC), Forum Film, Golden Scene, Gussi Films, Impuls Pictures, Kino Films, Meloman, Monolith Films, Myndform, NOS Audiovisuais, PT. Prima Cinema Multimedia, Pioneer Films, SF Norge A/S, Selim Ramia & Sons, Shaw Organisation, Spentzos Films, StudioCanal Germany, StudioCanal UK, Svensk Filmindustri (SF), A Contracorriente Films and Arthaus.
The duration of the film is 109 minutes. The film grossed over $6.5 million.
"Radioactive" movie is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.
"Radioactive" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.2/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 62/100.
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