Passed | | Biography, Drama, Romance
Despite himself, accomplished physicist and avowed bachelor Pierre Curie falls for brilliant student Marie, and together they embark on the discovery of radium.
Only one scene in the entire film--a long shot of the Curies on honeymoon--was actually filmed outside of the studio, and even that was second unit.
No true scientist can have anything to do with women.
After Pierre's street accident, when the men come to tell Marie, she comes into the hallway and puts her hand on the dowel of the railing; in the next shot, her hand is down, and she puts it up on the dowel again.