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Chasing Einstein is a movie starring Elena Aprile, Barry Barish, and Laura Baudis. Nobody has managed to topple Einstein's theory of relativity, even though it leads to the shocking conclusion that most of the universe must be made...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Steve Brown, Timothy Wheeler
Starring
Barry Barish, Elena Aprile, James Beacham, Laura Baudis

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Steve Brown, Timothy Wheeler
Writer Eric Myerson
Stars Barry Barish, Elena Aprile, James Beacham, Laura Baudis
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 22 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Nobody has managed to topple Einstein's theory of relativity, even though it leads to the shocking conclusion that most of the universe must be made of a mysterious form of invisible matter that nobody has observed. Now physics stands at a crossroads. Some of the sharpest brains in physics have dedicated their lives to search for this "dark matter" while others are working on a new theory of gravity. Chasing Einstein follows leading scientists around the world, and to the edge of the universe.

Top reviews

Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 05:45

This is a documentary of the real life story of Albert Einstein. The film focuses on the life and work of Albert Einstein and his discoveries of Relativity, Special Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, and the structure of space and time. Einstein was the most influential scientist of our generation. His theories of Relativity and Special Relativity are among the most important scientific discoveries of the 20th century. The film shows the history of Einstein's life and the basic facts about his life that have been taken from his autobiography. The film focuses on his life and his work. The film also shows the experiments and theories of his work, and the theories of relativity. The film is very well made, and there are a number of entertaining moments. It was very interesting to see Albert Einstein as he was in his later years, and the film was interesting to see his life and work. There are some things that are a little hard to believe, such as his belief that the Earth was flat, and the fact that he believed in special relativity. The film also discusses the other theories of relativity, such as the speed of light, which I have not seen mentioned in other reviews of this film. There are also some inaccuracies that I found in the film, such as the fact that the film never mentions Einstein's experiments with light waves, and the fact that Einstein never told anyone about his theories. The film is worth watching, but I would have preferred that they would have focused on the actual scientific theories of relativity instead of focusing on Einstein's personal life and theories.
Sunday, 03 May 2020 17:49

As a 15 year old girl who was born in the year it is set in, this film was a real eye opener to me. The first time I saw it, I was too young to understand all the sub plots and symbolism. I felt like I was watching an episode of the Twilight Zone, with the original characters and some new ones thrown in for good measure. It wasn't until a few years later that I watched it again, and I was able to understand it much better. Although the film is at times confusing, the director does a great job in showing you the small details, like how the teacher's classroom is a very small, flat area with a very large window and the other side of the room, and how the students would hide the books in their desks to keep them from getting burned. One of the best parts of the film is how the story is told. The characters are all so unique and interesting, they each have their own little quirks and it's amazing to see them grow as the story unfolds. The movie is very moving and the score is very fitting for the situation. The most outstanding aspect of the film is the time. The last 5 minutes are one of the most powerful scenes in the film, as the credits begin to roll. The film is not overly long, the first 20 minutes of the film is a little confusing, but the last 10 minutes is one of the most powerful scenes in the film. The second and third acts of the film are also very powerful, but the ending of the film is disappointing, as it is not the ending I was hoping for. Overall, this is a great film that everyone should watch. If you're a 15 year old girl, you should definitely see it.


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