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David Rintels biographical script focuses on Russian physicist Andrei Sakharov's life, from his initial involvement in his country's civil-rights movement to his winning the Nobel Prize. Sakharov protested Russia's human rights violations with a lengthy hunger strike and, ultimately, some of his actions caused him and his wife to be exiled to the industrial city of Gorky. While still living in Gorky, Sakharov was awarded the Nobel Prize, but he was not allowed to leave the city to receive it.

Sakharov the Screenplay 2000, Harvest Moon Books

ISBN-13: 9781929750092

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