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Complicating matters are one of her father's ex-students, who wants to search through his papers, and her estranged sister, who shows up to help settle his affairs. Gerod HarrisUniversity Friendas University Friend(as C Gerod Harris)Roshan SethProfessor Bhandarias Professor BhandariLolly SusiAirport Check-In Ladyas Airport Check-In LadyRhys BondWake Guestas Wake Guest(uncredited)Benjamin S.

As Robert descends into madness, Catherine begins to wonder if she may have inherited her father's mental illness along with his mathematical genius. When Robert's work reveals a mathematical proof of potentially historic proportions, it sets off shock waves in more ways than one. GoofsThe daughter talks about how the father was looking for a message from aliens in the Dewey decimal call numbers on the books from the University of Chicago library.

The University of Chicago uses Library of Congress call numbers, which begin with letters, not numbers. Let X equal the cold. It is cold in December. The months of cold equal November through February. There are four months of cold, and four of heat, leaving four months of indeterminate temperature.

In February it snows. In March the Lake is a lake of ice. In September the students come back and the bookstores are full. Let X equal the month of full bookstores. The number of books approaches infinity as the number of months of cold approaches four. I will never be as cold now as I will in the future. The future of cold is infinite.

The future of heat is the future of cold. The bookstores are infinite and so are never full except in September. The movie flipped back and forth between before and after the passing of Robert as we see the toll it took on Catherine. I had no doubt before seeing the movie that the writing is great since the play, wrote by David Auburn who also co-written the film, won Pulitzer Prize.

CarrollMemorial Attendeeas Memorial Attendee(uncredited)John MaddenDavid Auburn(play) (screenplay)Rebecca Miller(screenplay)More like this6. Russell Crowe exhibits great flair playing a man torn between his friendship with Hugo Weaving and his love life with Genevieve Picot. The way every character is torn between two aspects of their life is beautifully captured by the Director.

The ending is very good and the flash backs of Hugo's childhood are placed appropriately placed throughout the movie, helping to delve deeper into Hugo's character. To see two great actors initial movie work is sure to delight a lot of people. The life of a blind photographer who is looked after by a housekeeper is disrupted by the arrival of an agreeable restaurant worker.

The film explores his antagonistic relationships with Celia, who cleans and cooks for him and habitually rearranges the furniture in the house, and with Andy, a mate he thinks he can trust.

Before trust comes proof. He would soon discover the only common interest they have together is that they are both huge fans of Doctor Who (1963). GoofsThe first time Martin enters his house, he gets surprised by Celia sitting and making a noise. However, since she is smoking, he could have smelled the smoke as soon as he had opened the door. Later in the movie, he is suggested to have a pretty sensitive nose for a perfume a lady is wearing in the veterinarian's office.

QuotesDoctor: You've been blind all your life. Doctor: What were you doing driving a car. The best thing about this movie is its unique script and the way the story unfolds due to small lies and betrayal. Overall, watch this movie, as it offers a unique movie experience. HoldenBrianas BrianFrank GallacherVetas VetSaskia PostWaitressas WaitressBelinda DaveyDoctoras DoctorCliff EllenCemetery Caretakeras Cemetery CaretakerTania UrenCustomeras CustomerRobert James O'NeillHoonas HoonAnthony RawlingHoonas HoonDarko TuscanHoonas HoonAdele DanieleHoonas HoonRoy Edmunds2nd Policemanas 2nd PolicemanLisa ChambersNurseas NurseJocelyn MoorhouseJocelyn MoorhouseMore like this7.

DramaRomanceRated R for sensuality and some languageDid you knowEditTriviaBecause his character, Andy, and Hugo Weaving's character, Martin, are supposed to be best mates, Russell Crowe set out to become good mates with Weaving by trying to share common interests. MenuCanada Votes 2021SearchSearchSign InQuick LinksNewsSportsRadioMusicListen LiveTVWatchCanada Votes 2021Canada Votes 2021Live StreamElection Poll TrackerAsk CBC NewsParty PlatformsMore newsTop StoriesLocalCOVID-19OpinionWorldCanadaPoliticsIndigenousThe NationalBusinessHealthEntertainmentScienceCBC News InvestigatesGo PublicShowsAbout CBC NewsMore Sask.

Social SharingProvince's proof of vaccination program coming Oct. On Thursday, Premier Scott Moe announced that effective Oct. Some businesses are exempt, including grocery stores, fast food restaurants, hotels, salons and places of worship. Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce CEO Steve McLellan says proof of vaccination might be an "inconvenience" for some businesses, "but much less of an inconvenience than having to close down or to restrict hours, and certainly a lot less than having some of their staff or some of their customers get COVID.

That's the main issue that Daniel Ford Beavis, co-owner of O'shea's Irish Pub in Saskatoon, is struggling with. The province's press conference on Thursday didn't mention what consequences, if any, a person who declined testing or showing proof of vaccination would face.

However, the government said it's developing protocols on proof of negative test requirements and will launch a QR code system for proof of vaccination next week. Beavis says the ideal scenario would be for the province to employ people to scout businesses and ensure patrons show their proof of vaccination or COVID tests. Grant Frew, bar manager of Bushwakker Brewing in Regina, also has many questions about how businesses will have to enforce the new measures. Frew says it's also uncertain whether the proof of vaccination requirement will see more people coming to the pub.

Even if they're feeling more comfortable going to a restaurant, if the cases continue to rise in general, they may make the decision that they want to stay home regardless. Erin Mooney, one of the venue's managers, says feedback from customers has "mostly" been positive. We have a lot of regulars, a lot of people that have been coming here for as long as it's been open," Mooney said. Mooney acknowledges that the venue's safety measures won't completely remove the risk of transmission, but "I think it's just the best that we can do with what we have.

MenuCanada Votes 2021Sign InQuick LinksNewsSportsRadioMusicListen LiveTVWatchCanada Votes 2021Canada Votes 2021Live StreamElection Poll TrackerAsk CBC NewsParty PlatformsMore newsMore Sask. Masks are also once again mandatory in indoor public spaces, as of Friday. Restaurants uncertain how to enforce proof of vaccination McLellan says businesses will face challenges such as dealing with customers who refuse to wear a mask, show proof of vaccination or provide negative COVID-19 tests.

Saskatchewan's hard-pressed hospitality industry works to stay afloat during 4th waveSask. To protect customers and workers, preserve hospital capacity and help prevent business closures, King County will require verification of full vaccination status or a negative test to enter outdoor public events of 500 or more people and indoor entertainment and recreational establishments and events such as live music, performing arts, gyms, restaurants, and bars.

With continued high levels of preventable COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations and increased deaths driven by the Delta variant, serious stress on our regional healthcare system, and concern for a significant outbreak resurgence this fall and winter, King County Executive Dow Constantine, Seattle Mayor Jenny A.

Durkan and community, health care, small business, and arts and culture partners joined in support of requiring verification of full vaccination or a negative test to enter certain indoor and outdoor activities and establishments.

Jeff Duchin, going into effect on October 25, will protect customers and workers through providing safer spaces, protecting our health care system, and helping prevent business closures. It will apply to:The order gives the option for a longer preparation period for smaller restaurants and bars with a seating capacity of 12 or less, with an implementation date of December 6. The entire order is not expected to be permanent. It will be reviewed no later than six months after the October 25th implementation date to assess its continued need based on future outbreak conditions.

With over 85 percent of King County residents having received at least their first vaccine dose, vaccine verification will help keep people safe and keep businesses open. That work is why we have one of the highest vaccination rates and the lowest cases, hospitalizations, and deaths of any major American city," said Seattle Mayor Jenny A.

After extensive engagement with community partners, small businesses, venues, and hospitals, Seattle is proud to implement a vaccination verification policy. It's the right thing to do for our workers, our customers, our economy, and the health and vitality of our city.

The Delta virus is much more contagious, airborne, causes severe illness, and is seriously stressing our hospitals and healthcare providers," said Dr.