Copenhagen 2002

Michael Frayn's celebrated and award-winning stage play was adapted to a BBC TV show in 2002. Thanks to Prasad Kothari for pointing out that movie. It features a meeting between Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg in 1941 in Copenhagen. The play opened in London in 1998 then moved to Broadway in 2000. In 2002, the play was adapted as a film and produced by the BBC and presented on PBS in the USA. The play reminds of the Max Frisch play "Die Physiker" or the more recent "Traveling salesman" movie which has a play character in the intersection of science and moral values. There are various mathematics references. We did not put all. The movie can be seen for example on Amazon. There is a reference on poker which is included. Later there is something about the mathematics for building a bomb, diffusion equation and cross sections appear.

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Oliver Knill, Posted December 14, 2021,