"Rosamund Pike's refreshingly untamed performance as two-time Nobel-winning scientist Marie Curie does full justice to a defiantly unconventional life." - Rolling Stone

Pioneer. Genius. Rebel.

"In 1895 Paris, Polish immigrant Maria Salomea Skłodowska (Rosamund Pike) was already headed toward a scientific breakthrough when she met fellow researcher Pierre Curie (Sam Riley). When the two physicists first collide, she’s a coiled mass of awkward tics. Radioactive, directed by Marjane Satrapi (Persepolis), is the saga of how this blunt, fast-walking workaholic proved the existence of three things: radium, polonium (which she named for her home country) and love. Under her married name, Marie Curie, she became the first woman to win the Nobel prize, and less than a decade later, the first anyone to win two.

"These are the atoms that energize a typical biopic, but thankfully Satrapi has a terrific flair for the macabre. Once Marie and Pierre’s meet-cute is checked-off and the triumphant couple has thumbed their noses at the establishment, Satrapi and screenwriter Jack Thorne (who penned the 19th-century meteorological adventure-romance The Aeronauts) are free to experiment with more daring narrative risks. Radioactive sparked audience interest with its closing-night slot at the 2019 Toronto Film Festival." - Variety

"Please see Radioactive if you are at all interested in science. Even if you’re not interested in science, you should enjoy it from a feminist perspective." - Film Threat


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