Russell Crowe stars as the mathematical genius John Forbes Nash Jr, a man who made a great discovery early in his life before descending into a notorious life of depravity and self discovery.
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. 'A Beautiful Mind' begins with Nash (Russell Crowe) at Princeton, where he struggles to think of an original idea, and the stroke of genius that will make him matter. Nash is eccentric, socially awkward, and extremely competitive. Eventually, he finds the inspiration for his innovative and influential work on game theory. He's chosen for a post at MIT, which includes crucial code-breaking work for the US government. There, he meets a beautiful and brilliant student, Alicia (Jennifer Connelly). They marry but their happiness is threatened... Actors: Russell Crowe, Ed Harris, Jennifer Connelly, Christopher Plummer, Paul Bettany Directors: Ron Howard Writers: Akiva Goldsman, Sylvia Nasar Producers: Aldric La'auli Porter, Brian Grazer, Karen Kehela Sherwood, Kathleen McGill, Louisa Velis Language: English Subtitles: Hungarian, English Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English Number of discs: 1
Russell Crowe takes the lead role in this award-winning biopic based on the life of the groundbreaking mathematician and paranoid schizophrenic John Nash. Arriving at Princeton in 1947, Nash resolves to make an important new contribution to his field and begins developing his insights into game theory. After this work proves a great success, Nash moves to MIT, where he dates and then marries his student Alicia (Jennifer Connelly). However, it's not long before the mathematician begins to receive visits from a shady secret service agent (Ed Harris) who wants him to do some important work for the government. Academy Awards were won for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress (Connelly).