From the Guardian four star review: ''Writer and director Christopher Nolan’s account of the physicist described as the 'father of the atomic bomb' captures the most agonising of success stories. ''Cillian Murphy is an eerily close lookalike for J.Robert Oppenheimer with his sense of solitude and emotional imprisonment, giving us the Oppenheimer million-yard stare, eyeballs set in a gaunt skull, seeing and foreseeing things he cannot process.''
I have changed the date to July 29, as I work now on the 30th. I am row 7 number 1. The film which runs for just over three hours is in English with Hungarian subtitles, the cinema informs me.
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