I've been waiting for this one for a very long while, so I was pleased to see it pop up on Amazon Prime this evening.
It's a bit of a clunker, though.
I learned lots about Marie Curie that I did not know (the good, the bad, the ugly), but wish it could have been delivered (or performed) more warmly, more fully, more integratively, more humanly.
I increasingly feel that the tact taken by contemporary actors/actresses when performing as 'misunderstood geniuses' of bygone eras is so extreme, so clinical, so...robotic.
Edison, Tesla, Einstein, Turing, Oppenheimer, and now Curie...it keeps happening again and again.
But, like I said, I learned lots, so hopefully I'm incrementally wiser if not emotionally moved.