And then came Princeton Professor Andrew Wiles, who had dreamed of proving Fermat ever since he first read of it as a boy of ten in his local library. In 1993, some 356 years after Fermat's challenge, and after seven years of working in isolation and secrecy, Wiles stunned the world by announcing a proof -- though his own journey would be far from over.
"Fermat's Enigma" is the story of the epic quest to solve the greatest math problem of all time. Written by the award-winningfilm-maker who has had more access to Andrew Wiles than any other journalist, it is a human drama of high dreams, intellectual brilliance, and extraordinary determination. less
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