Based on the acclaimed stage play by Michael Frayn, and adapted and directed by Howard Davies, Daniel Craig and Stephen Rea star in this thought-provoking drama. Long after their deaths, Neils Bohr and Werner Heisenberg look back on their 1941 meeting in occupied Copenhagen. Old friends, Bohr and Heisenberg revolutionized...READ MORE...
Based on the acclaimed stage play by Michael Frayn, and adapted and directed by Howard Davies, Daniel Craig and Stephen Rea star in this thought-provoking drama. Long after their deaths, Neils Bohr and Werner Heisenberg look back on their 1941 meeting in occupied Copenhagen. Old friends, Bohr and Heisenberg revolutionized physics in the 1920s but by 1941 were on opposing sides in the Second World War. The meeting was awkward and fraught with danger so why did Heisenberg return?
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|Werner Heisenberg||Daniel Craig|
|Niels Bohr||Stephen Rea|
|Magrethe Bohr||Francesca Annis|
|Writer (Screen)||Howard Davies|
|Executive Producer||Simon Curtis|
|Production Design||Candida Otten|
|Art Direction||Bill Brown|
|Art Direction||Inger Stamp|
|Costume Design||James Keast|
|Costume Design||Sarah Moore|
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