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Summer at MAXXI.Scientific goofs Inventions and absurdities in movies
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From black holes’ journeys to hyperspace’s jumps, from the Einstein-Rosen bridge (aka wormhole ) in Interstellar to the technological designs of Men in Black‘s gadgets, from the colonial space journeys in The Martian to the dystopic future of Blade Runner. Cinema has made the highest physical, chemical, biological and mathematical absurdities credible with surprising gentleness, playing without limits with the natural sciences.
What are the most senseless inventions of the big screen? And what are the most surprising warnings, such as fax, mobile and computer? Through the compilation of some clips, authoritative scientists analyze the irresponsible and playful flirtations of the cinema imagination with the scientific horizon and dialogue with the public and the press.
Intervengono Amedeo Balbi Università degli Studi Tor Vergata Giuseppe Sindoni Agenzia Spaziale Italiana Mario Sesti cinematographic critic and journalist