After leaving Pablo Picasso, Francoise Gilot struggles to escape his shadow and make it on her own. Meanwhile, Picasso finds companionship with Jacqueline Roque but secludes himself from the world, determined to paint the perfect painting.
Francoise Gilot defies Picasso and pursues her artistic goals. Meanwhile, a young Dora Maar strives to meet Picasso.
Pablo meets his first wife, a ballerina, while designing a ballet. Older Picasso struggles to manage his complex family.
In the wake of World War II, older Picasso joins the Communist Party, struggling to reconcile his art and political ideals. Haunted by his past, he falters in his responsibilities to Francoise Gilot.
As older Picasso takes Francoise Gilot to the south of France, younger Pablo stops partying and invents cubism with Georges Braque. His career is threatened when he is accused of stealing the Mona Lisa.
An older Picasso goes to great lengths to convince Francoise Gilot to move in with him. Young Pablo struggles until he finds dark inspiration from his souring relationship with Fernande Olivier.
As older Picasso juggles two love affairs, young Pablo is inspired by legendary poets Apollinaire and Max Jacob and strives to create a masterpiece that will signal his arrival as a great artist.
Pablo Picasso begins his Blue Period after the suicide of his best friend, and meets his first great love, Fernande Olivier. Meanwhile, older Picasso starts an affair with another great love.
Pablo Picasso struggles to bring attention to the rising threat of fascism in Spain. Meanwhile, Young Pablo dreams of becoming a great painter. But first he must find his voice.
World War II rages, but older Picasso refuses to leave Paris, straining his relationship with photographer Dora Maar. Meanwhile, Young Pablo finds quick success on his first trip to Paris by copying the masters, but struggles to make something truly original.
With new teaching duties, Einstein begins to experience the academic life he long coveted. However, this new happiness comes at the price of his family who are tested even further when he is reintroduced to his cousin Elsa.
After the atomic bomb is dropped and World War II ends, Albert Einstein assumes the role of a world citizen in his twilight years and refocuses his efforts on preventing further wars.
Einstein and his wife Elsa attempt to flee Germany after the rise of the Nazis, but within days of departure find themselves banned from the US due to Albert's politics.
Exhausted and worn out, Einstein begins experiencing serious health issues that jeopardise his attempts at making scientific history. Meanwhile, his friendships and ideals are put to the test when war breaks out.
After moving his family to Berlin to be closer to his work, Einstein sets out to prove his theory of general relativity, but the expedition goes awry. His affair with Elsa now becoming known, he is faced with an ultimatum.
During the time that will come to be known as his 'miracle year', Albert Einstein continues to struggle with balancing his work at the patent office and working on his papers, among them his theory of special relativity.
After graduating, young Albert Einstein struggles to land an academic post in a scientific world of tradition and protocol. Finally finding a job, he is able to support the pregnant Mileva, but then tragedy strikes.
After continually butting heads, Einstein falls for the determined Mileva, the only girl in his class. Embarking on a passionate affair, they drive each other's curiosity and love of science.
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