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The director Ron Howards latest film A Beautiful Mind is a entertaining enlightening and compassionate drama witch tackles the trials and tribulations of a genius suffering from schizophrenia The film is a the true story of a mathematician named John Forbes Nash Jr who is played by Russell Crowe whom won a Academy Oscar for his portrait as Maximus in The Gladiator We first meet John Nash at Princeton University in 1947 as a mathematician with social problems due to paranoid schizophrenia Hes brilliant and doesnt hold back on expressing the capacity and merits of his brain to his peers As a matter of fact he is already so above the institutional standards that he chooses to skip classes He doesnt have much luck with women either and found himself being slapped in the face all too often with his blunt why dont we skip to the sex line Still he understand his personal condition so he has as little contact with people as possible and spends most of his time in his dorm room searching for a discovery of a new theory He is basically a smart shy jerk with a wry sense of humour Shortly after receiving recognition for his theories at Princeton he becomes a professor at the prestigious school of MIT and begins teaching He attracts the attention of one of his physic students Alicia Larde played by Jennifer Connelly and she finds Nashs eccentricities charming and asks him out to dinner By 1957 the two were married But at about the same time he meets his future wife he also meets the compelling government agent Ed Harris who recruits the professor to break codes for the Department of Defence It is only a few years later that Nashs schizophrenia is diagnosed He becomes paranoid and delusional and at times violent His world comes crashing down around him People and things he believes are real
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