He never enjoyed the emotion deserved from the crowd. A wonderful mind It is one of those films that were honored with awards. Despite being a hugely powerful movie, few considered it deserving of the Oscar it won above The Fellowship of the Ring.
Obsessed with searching for an original mathematical idea, brilliant student John Forbes Nash (Russell CroweCame to Princeton in 1947 for graduate studies. He is a strange and lonely boy, only his roommate understands (Paul Bettany). Finally, Nash identifies a groundbreaking theory and holds a professorship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Alicia Lardy (Jennifer Connelly), One of his students, dazzles him by showing him that the laws of love are higher than the laws of mathematics. Thanks to his tremendous ability to break codes, he was recruited by Parcher William (Ed Harris) From the Department of Defense to assist the United States in the Cold War against the Soviet Union.
Russell Crowe His best performance was featured in a movie that subtly walks along that beautiful border between brilliance and madness. A picture of the darkness of the brain and the tricks it could play on us. Mental illness appears in the first person with a massive stage. A wonderful mind It is enormous Netflix Come to remind us.
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