Cilvie – Genius

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A big production by National Geographic that tells the life story of Albert Einstein from a young academic to its final breath. The show has a lot of quality set visually through costumes and choice of locations, showing the changes in European cities in the twentieth century. I also have to praise the perfect score by Hans Zimmer that elevated the show to another level.

It’s was an interesting experience getting to know the man behind the myth, most of times revealing frustrating situations. Einstein was not the easiest person to deal with but the discoveries he did changed the world. In the end, the shows leaved a message that what makes a genius is the ability to persevere through obstacles and fight for what you believe in. Highly recommend to watch the show if you have time.

May The Almighty GIP be with you, L.T:Htlls

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2 thoughts on “Cilvie – Genius

  1. Oh wow, I had no idea this show existed (but I don’t have cable TV so it doesn’t surprise me completely). I love National Geo productions though. And the fact that the score is composed by Hans Zimmer? I’m definitely giving it a go sometime. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

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