Madame Curie

Synopsis: Biopic of the famed scientist and the work she did with her husband Pierre in the discovery of radium. Marie was a student at the Sorbonne studying for her Master's degree in physics when they first met. She received permission to use space in Professor Pierre Curie's laboratory. They soon fall in love and are married, working together on trying to isolate a radioactive substance Marie has identified as radium. Years of painstaking research and experimentation led to success and Marie and Pierre Curie shared the Nobel Prize in Physics. Sadly, Pierre was killed crossing the street in the rain when he was run over by a horse and wagon. Marie continued to work and make major contributions to science.
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures
 
IMDB:
7.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
83%
NOT RATED
Year:
1943
124 min
243 Views


In Paris

you must have many friends.

I want you to meet

all these charming...

May I introduce you to...

This is Mdme. Scholoscka...

What time?

Always hard to meet, gentlemen.

Dr. Curie

Good afternoon.

I had no idea that

it was going to be a party.

No... I believe you, monsieur.

They're pulling up suddenly

these parties

out of the goodness of

women's hearts.

My wife wishes the young student

of mine to make many friends.

Well, I... I'm very bad

at parties.

It's impossible for me to focus.

My mind won't follow the

most simple thought.

Oh, I beg your pardon.

You are quite alright.

Maybe I'll come back

some other day.

No... I want to talk to you

about this student of mine.

Perhaps we can find

a quiet corner

where we can talk.

Of course. Of course.

And as this student has

very little money, and is

I believe, extremely talented

I thought you might have

room available

at physics and chemistry.

Oh, I should be very glad.

Unfortunately at the moment

we are extremely

crowded ourselves.

In that case...

However, my workroom is

quite large.

I would hesitate to ask you

to share your own laboratory...

I have shared it

with students before.

You have?

Yes, and some of them were

very quiet and pleasant.

On the other hand

one fellow was most troublesome.

He used to whistle constantly.

Well, I can assure you that

this student is very serious.

Then I should be very happy.

I think you will find that

she is very sincere.

She?

Oh, my God.

These are my granddaughters.

Excuse me.

But...

Mademoiselle. Mademoiselle.

Bon Appetit. A coffee?

Yes, thank you. Tea.

That's coffee.

That's coffee, too.

Oh.

Please sit down, everybody.

Sit down. Wait a moment.

Come along... children.

It's time for your performance.

Would you excuse them, Dr. Curie.

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Paul Osborn

Paul Osborn (September 4, 1901 – May 12, 1988) was an American playwright and screenwriter. Osborn's notable original plays are The Vinegar Tree, Oliver Oliver, and Morning's at Seven and among his several successful adaptations, On Borrowed Time has proved particularly popular. Counted among his best-known screenplays would be the adaptation of John Steinbeck's East of Eden and Wild River for his friend Elia Kazan, South Pacific and Sayonara directed by Joshua Logan, as well as Madame Curie, The Yearling, and Portrait of Jennie. more…

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