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This biopic is less about Stephen than it is about Jane Wilde Hawking, who’s portrayed as indomitable and long-suffering.

'The Theory of Everything' makes Stephen Hawking into a generic sufferer

November 26th, 2014

This biopic is less about Stephen than it is about Jane Wilde Hawking, who’s portrayed as indomitable and long-suffering.

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