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Genius

Genius
  • Bewertung: 8,20
  • Jahr der Ersterscheinung: 2017
  • Genres: History, Biography, Drama
  • Länder: United States
  • Dauer: 43 Minuten
  • Komplexität: 8

Diese amerikanische TV-Serie im Anthologie-Stil beschreibt das Leben bekannter Wissenschaftler und Künstler. Jede Staffel beschreibt eine einzelne Person und welchen großen Einfluss auf die Menschheit sie während ihres Wirkens und darüber hinaus hatte. Die erste Staffel ist Albern Einstein gewidmet.

  • 1. Chapter One
    The life of the 20th century’s most brilliant icon, Albert Einstein, was full of passionate, volatile relationships.
  • 2. Chapter Two
    After butting heads in class, Einstein falls in love with the determined Mileva Maric. Their affair raises eyebrows.
  • 3. Chapter Three
    Einstein struggles to support his pregnant wife and land an academic post in a rigid world of tradition and protocol.
  • 4. Chapter Four
    Albert Einstein and Mileva juggle raising a kids with his attempts to catch the eye of the scientific establishment.
  • 5. Chapter Five
    Einstein begins to experience the academic life he coveted, but he falters in his familial responsibilities. He is reintroduced to his cousin Elsa.
  • 6. Chapter Six
    Einstein moves his family for work, and to be closer to his new love, Elsa. He sets out to prove his theory as his marriage reaches a breaking point.
  • 7. Chapter Seven
    In the wake of the war, patriotism corrupts one of Albert Einstein’s closest friends, Fritz Haber, pitting them against each other.
  • 8. Chapter Eight
    Einstein and his wife Elsa attempt to flee Germany after the rise of the Nazis, but they face unexpected roadblocks.
  • 9. Chapter Nine
    Albert Einstein settles into life in America, but dangers abroad continue to be a threat to both him and his former colleagues.
  • 10. Chapter Ten
    After the atomic bomb is dropped and World War II draws to a close, Einstein assumes the role of world citizen in his twilight years.
  • 1. Chapter One
    Pablo Picasso confronts the threat of fascism in Spain, and Young Pablo rejects traditional painting to search for his own voice.
  • 2. Chapter Two
    Picasso's relationship with Dora Maar is strained by war. Young Pablo succeeds by imitating the masters, but struggles to be original.
  • 3. Chapter Three
    Picasso meets his great love Franoise Gilot. Young Pablo begins his Blue Period after the suicide of his friend.
  • 4. Chapter Four
    As older Picasso juggles two love affairs, Young Pablo strives to create a masterpiece that will signal his arrival as a great artist.
  • 5. Chapter Five
    Picasso tries to convince Franoise to move in with him, while Young Pablo is challenged by the radical genius of Matisse.
  • 6. Chapter Six
    Picasso takes Franoise Gilot on vacation. Young Pablo starts cubism with Georges Braque, but is accused of stealing the Mona Lisa.
  • 7. Chapter Seven
    After WWII, Picasso joins the Communist Party. He is haunted by a tragic love affair.
  • 8. Chapter Eight
    Pablo meets his first wife, a ballerina, while designing a ballet. Older Picasso struggles to manage his complex family.
  • 9. Chapter Nine
    Franoise Gilot defies Picasso and pursues her artistic goals. Meanwhile a young Dora Maar strives to meet Picasso.
  • 10. Chapter Ten
    After Franoise leaves him, Picasso withdraws from society to create the perfect painting.
  • 1. Respect
    Desperate for a hit, Aretha travels to Muscle Shoals in 1967 to record her first album with Atlantic Records. After suffering the loss of her surrogate mother, Little Re braves her first solo in 1953, in her father’s, C.L. Franklin, church.
  • 2. Until the Real Thing Comes Along
    Struggling to find her sound, Aretha catches the attention of Jerry Wexler at Atlantic Records in 1966. Meanwhile, Little Re has her first touring experience on the Gospel Circuit in 1954 with C.L. Franklin and meets her idol, Clara Ward.
  • 3. Do Right Woman
    Aretha juggles her music career and her commitment to the civil rights movement, led by Martin Luther King Jr., in 1967 and 1968. Meanwhile, Little Re leaves behind her newborn child to return to the Gospel Circuit in 1955, meeting with music legends James Cleveland and Little Sammie Bryant.
  • 4. Unforgettable
    Aretha is featured on the cover of Time Magazine in 1968, but she’s devastated when the article focuses on the scandalous details of her personal life. Barbara Franklin and Young C.L. Franklin struggle to establish themselves in Memphis in 1941, before Little Re is born.
  • 5. Young, Gifted and Black
    Aretha, inspired by Angela Davis and the Soledad Brothers, records her protest album “Young, Gifted and Black” in 1970. Despite Jerry Wexler’s uncertainty, the album is a success. Barbara Franklin makes a decision that has a devastating effect on Little Re in 1951.
  • 6. Amazing Grace
    Aretha records her best-selling live Gospel album “Amazing Grace” in 1972 at New Temple Missionary Baptist Church, ignoring her sibling’s pleas to record instead at New Bethel with their father, C.L. Franklin.
  • 7. Chain of Fools
    As the Queen of Soul enters the age of disco, Aretha will do anything to remain relevant—including stealing an opportunity from her sister Carolyn. She receives a GRAMMY nomination but is ultimately snubbed from winning the award.
  • 8. No One Sleeps
    Despite significant emotional losses, including a second divorce and the death of her father in 1984, Aretha pushes herself artistically and triumphs.

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