Stephen HawkingA Brief History of Time
Screenwriter Anthony McCarten, working from the book by 's first wife , gives us a PG-13 script in which there are no bad guys, just semi-ordinary people dealing with extraordinary issues. Director James Marsh doesn't shy away from awkward details but conveys the intellect and wit that defines our hero. Our screening audience laughed out loud many times.
Hawking imagine being whole again. We see Redmayne unfold from his distorted position curled in the wheelchair and gradually become straight and tall; he slowly descends the stairs and picks up a pen that has been dropped. No prosthetics; no computer-generated imaging; no camera tricks. Brillia