Firmness is the most powerful

Ian 2022-04-20 09:01:11

I accidentally saw the trailer and knew that it was based on Hawking's life. Hawking's biography should not be read. It is estimated that most of it is about his achievements in the field of physics. It is interesting to replace it with a movie.
The film was shot from Jane's point of view, so it's more from the emotional aspect. The two people's firmness in work, life, and belief shocked themselves. After Hawking's muscles atrophied a little, the camera pointed to optimism and hard work. Hawking to adapt is to let Hawking take care of himself, and Jane who will never reach out until he needs help. Even when the disease strikes and makes Hawking unable to take care of himself, the two of them are still determined to do what they can.
Especially touching is Jane's i had loved u, i did. What's even more surprising is that the director used the playback method at the end of the film to return the whole story to the beginning. The first meeting, the best time, seems to be able to have a different life and start over. .

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Extended Reading
  • Margarita 2021-10-20 19:00:54

    All those courage to persevere for love, the determination to believe that love can overcome destiny, and even love itself, are all shattered to ashes in the face of time.

  • Jorge 2022-03-23 09:01:15

    A genius is just a mortal. Moved by Jane's decisiveness and perseverance. I feel sad because we share hardships but cannot share wealth. After all, it's just life, live well and love well.

The Theory of Everything quotes

  • Stephen Hawking: I will write a book.

    Jane Hawking: About what?

    Stephen Hawking: Time.

    Jane Hawking: Time?

    Stephen Hawking: What is the nature of time? Will it ever come to an end? Can we go back in time? Some day these answers may seem as obvious to us as the Earth orbiting the sun, or perhaps as ridiculous as a tower of tortoises. Only time, that's what we say.

  • Technician: [presenting Hawking with the speech-generating device] Welcome to the future.

    Stephen Hawking: [speaks for the first time] My name is Stephen Hawking...

    Jane Hawking: [astonished] It's American!

    Technician: Is that a problem?

    Jane Hawking: Oh, my goodness, well... is there another voice?

    Technician: It's the only one lately I have at the moment.

    Jane Hawking: [smiles with delight] I think it's great!