Rosamund Pike has a penchant for playing the determined women navigating oppressive male-dominated environments. She has played a lot of good and high profile roles in her career to date. In the latest example, ‘Radioactive’ Pike delivers a very powerful embodied of another tragic hero named Marie.
As the pioneering physicist and chemist Marie Curie, Pike delivers dazzling performance with a lot of struggles. She has done tough work doing this project and giving an excellent performance to the fans.
The movie Radioactive sets out to achieve many things out at just once. It all begins s a stodgy period piece, tracking the Polish immigrant Maria Sklodowska to Paris in the 1890s. There the medical student has evicted from her lab for using their instruments for eccentric experiments.
They did all the experiments with Uranium. However, once she finds an essential partner in crime with Pierre Curie, then she begins o cultivate groundbreaking research that also culminates with the discovery of radium and polonium.
That is when Satrapi, who is the animated version of her graphic novel ‘Persepolis’ kicked off a film career. Then this began o transcend the familiar biopic beats. The Psychedelic animation reveals the explosive properties of atoms. The main root would-be the couple’s research, and their achievements catapult them to global fame.
At that time, Pierre makes his move n the reticent Marie, who then falls for his charm and their unique synergy. Satrapi’s most striking visual conceit finds the couple making their love as their shadows.
Here in the film, the character of Marie, which is played by Rosamund Pike, has done good work. This film follows Marie Curie’s career to an end, showing her intellect and curiosity. The final scene from the movie brings the story to a perfect conclusion.
It is this distinctive approach by the director that provides an effortless context and elevates Radioactive. Which overall comes from the biography ‘Radioactive’ to something more exciting. Lets us hope the best for her upcoming future of Rosamund’s career.