Marguerite's Theorem

2023 [FRENCH]

Action / Drama / Mystery

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 45% · 11 reviews
IMDb Rating 6.8/10 10 965 965


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Ella Rumpf as Marguerite Hoffmann
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1.01 GB
French 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 53 min
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French 5.1
24 fps
1 hr 53 min
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1.89 GB
French 5.1
24 fps
1 hr 53 min
Seeds 16

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by chenp-54708 6 / 10

Numbers, Numbers, Numbers

An interesting premise about mathematicians, solutions, experience, and autonomy with a strong lead performance from Ella Rumpf. Concepts about mathematicians and the solutions to solve them aren't something I am very familiar with but the idea of how it process is interesting. Filmmaker Anna Novion does a pretty good job on presenting the direction of the atmosphere, tone, and camerawork as there are some really interesting camera shots and presentations.

With good performances, Rumpf's performance as the main lead is pretty good as she presents an interesting, while at times, noisy, character study that is engaging to observe. Unfortunately, the fault of the movie lies on it's uneven narrative and themes approached. It's narrative explores some interesting concepts about errors and discovery but unfortunately, it lands onto some cliches that are boring and providing some side characters that have little development or engagement to connect with. Creating the movie to lose it's steam.

Nevertheless, for mathematician individuals, this movie will do good for the demographic.

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Reviewed by ayoreinf 9 / 10

About mixing science with emotions

I saw this movie about a month ago and had a privet debate with myself weather I should review it. The problem I had was, that as a movie - there's nothing out of the ordinary with it. It's well done the acting is of the highest quality, especially the lead, Ella Rumpf and Jean Pierre Darroussin, who plays her professor. But that's about it. Not amazingly bad not amazingly good, just a well-done movie.

But that's not all there is to a movie. It had one point that for me made it all worth my while. It's a story about a brilliant mathematician that manages to really reach her potential only when she comes to accept her emotional relation to math. We're all used to hear how science must be rational and detached from any sort of emotion. In fact, the idea is repeated a few times in the movie itself. Thing is, Marguerite sees math as the thing that keeps her world together, and as such she's very emotional about it. Without accepting that fact she can't really reach her potential, no matter how brilliant she is. And I just loved the way the movie made this point. For that reason alone, I rated it as I did, and for that reason I think it's a movie worth seeing.

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