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Constructing Albert

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Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
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Laura Collado, Jim Loomis
Laura Collado
Ferran Adrià, Paco Méndez, José Andrés, Albert Adrià
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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Comments about documentary «Constructing Albert» (21)

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Judy G.

A film based on the life of Albert Einstein. If you can't watch this, or you don't know Einstein, I strongly suggest you read a biography of him. This film is like a child's story. It is very graphic. I wouldn't recommend this film to anyone who can't handle the graphic images and also has a weak stomach. I found it very educational and the interviews with people who knew Einstein and even some who worked with him made it very interesting. I really do hope someone can find a way to make this movie available on DVD.

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Jane Tucker

All in all I enjoyed this movie, it was educational, entertaining, thought-provoking, and just plain fun. This is a movie that I would recommend to anyone looking for an educational treat. It was very much like a documentary, it was quick paced, I did not need to sit through a 2 hour movie to understand what was going on, there were very few gaps in the story, and there was no unnecessary scenes. It was very easy to follow, and it was very enjoyable. My biggest concern was the pronunciation of the Latin and English words, I would have preferred the pronunciation to be better. However, as stated in the DVD booklet, the actors and actresses had a strong Spanish accent and used it effectively. Overall, I think this movie was very educational and entertaining. A good choice for a date night or a special occasion.

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This is an interesting film which has some intriguing ideas and I have to admit that it made me curious about the subject. The film is about Albert (Michael Lonsdale), a man who spent 20 years in prison for murder. A man who spent the first 20 years of his life being taken away from his wife and his young children and kept in a cell. An odd man who was able to go to his daughter's wedding and whom everyone in prison called 'Boom Boom' but who was an entirely different person. One day, the old man is released and he finds himself taking care of his son Jack (Paul Gallico) who is in prison for the murder of his own mother. Albert feels he has a responsibility to make Jack comfortable and has his own family to take care of and it's a complicated family life. I think the film could have been more in depth, but it's worth a look. It's a fascinating look into the history of the criminal system and the psychological consequences of a person's prison sentence. The film's key themes are poverty, illegitimacy and the role of religion in society. I think the theme of poverty is something that needs to be looked at. Albert was poor because he was taken away from his family and the lifestyle that was provided to him. I think that the same thing could be said for some people who are in prison. Poverty doesn't always lead to crime, but it does lead to hopelessness, homelessness and a lack of opportunity. Poverty is a serious issue and is often a very emotional one. The film also has a strong religious theme. The film has some important religious themes. One of the major themes is the influence of religion on the criminal system. Albert's family had been educated in religion and Albert was just one of a handful of people in prison who had the education and training to provide the care that his family needed. The film also focuses on the influence of religion on society and the effects of religion on people who are in prison. Religion in prison can lead to punishment of the other prisoners, but in the end, religion has an important role to play in society. The film also explores the question of the morality of incarceration. A prison is not a place where we are going to learn how to be good, but a place where we are going to learn how to be bad. Albert has a responsibility to be a good father and a good husband. The film explores this theme in a way that it's not preachy and it doesn't dwell on religious issues. The film does a good job of exploring the ethics of the criminal system. The film also explores the issue of illegitimacy. Albert was in prison because he was illegitimate, and that's something that is difficult to live with. I think the film has an interesting way of showing this. The film looks at Albert's relationship with his wife, and the challenges that his wife had to deal with when she was in prison. There are also issues of illegitimacy with the other families that Albert has to take care of. I think the film is interesting and has a lot to say. I would recommend it, but it's not the best film I've seen on the subject. It has some good points, but it could have been better. It's worth seeing. I think the film is interesting and the actors do a good job at bringing Albert's story to life.

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The film does a good job of bringing to light the main problems in the United States. Unfortunately, it is just as misleading as it is informative, which I'm not a fan of. The documentary follows a series of interviews, and comes to no conclusions. The film is essentially a political diatribe, which is interesting, but only a little bit interesting. It is extremely important that the documentary shows what's really happening in the United States, and that the documentary is not biased or apologetic for the United States. The film itself is good. I do not think that it is entirely accurate, but it does a good job of presenting what is really happening. I do think that it is a good idea to speak out against the United States. The U.S. government is the biggest problem in the world, and the U.S. people are the biggest problem. They are the biggest perpetrators of the problems in the world. Unfortunately, the U.S. government is trying to keep their population ignorant and ignorant of the problems of the world. I think that this documentary is a good idea. It should be watched, but I think that it should be more balanced. It should be unbiased, and should not be anti-American. It should be unbiased and neutral. I think that the U.S. government is the biggest problem in the world, and I think that the U.S. people are the biggest problem.

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Christine Alexander

When I saw the trailer for this movie I was expecting to see an epic, maybe even an epic film, that would make me forget the boring mundane reality of our lives and have me shedding tears. It was an awesome surprise to see that this movie was really about a common man, who after experiencing the war, is now attempting to cope with the sudden loss of his friend, and the loss of his family. The way the film is put together, makes it seem that this is a documentary about a man trying to overcome what he is going through, while the rest of the world keeps it all a secret. This is a movie that will make you think. If you want to cry, go for it, but don't expect it to be something special. It is just a movie about a common man, and a very good one at that. Not that I wouldn't want to see a good movie about a man struggling to cope with loss, but this one is much more heartfelt and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Despite its "vulgarity", Albert's feature debut has a beautiful set of abstract ideas. There's no real plot, and most of the time the images are abstract and abstract images. It's a kind of documentary, where the images speak for themselves. The questions the film raises are worth thinking about, and if you're interested in this kind of thing, it's an excellent film.

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What a pity, too bad this film didn't get the opportunity to be released. I thought it was very well done. A very balanced, well-researched and well-spoken film on the subject of Albert Einstein. What a shame that it didn't receive the publicity that it deserved. Too bad that it's not available on DVD or any other format. I'd love to have seen this film on DVD. It would be a great addition to my personal collection.

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Donald Owens

I saw this documentary at the Lincoln Center in NYC, and was pleasantly surprised. Although the film takes a somewhat optimistic approach to the world, it does offer a provocative look at the situation in Syria. And while it is a film that you have to see in its entirety, there are a few interesting tidbits that I found most interesting. The most important being the interview with the director and the two surviving children of the group. Both men are articulate and intelligent. I especially liked their views on the current situation in Syria. If you are thinking about going to Syria, be sure to watch this documentary. It will give you a much more in-depth understanding of the situation there.

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Madison E.

This is a wonderful film. It is truly a story about "how the world is changing." It is a story of how people can see beyond the negativity of a situation and how even the darkest of situations can be transformed into something positive. The film is also about the inability of the human race to change the world and how a single person can make a difference. The film shows how to see beyond the "blah" and the "blah" and make a difference. It also shows how difficult it is to change a bad situation, but there are many ways to change a bad situation and many ways to make a difference. The film is a perfect example of how to see beyond the negativity of a situation and to make a difference. I would strongly recommend this film.

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I was expecting to be disappointed. This documentary is more entertaining than anything else you will ever see. When I first saw the film I was expecting to see Albert's non-vocal acting. The film presents a lot of personal stories that Albert told. I was surprised to see that Albert made a lot of people very angry. For a man who is mostly known for his physical performances, I really appreciated his ability to get people to speak and show their feelings. The film was really interesting and made me think about what I have been through, and how much I have grown and changed. The documentary gives us a sense of what Albert was like as a person. The story of how he overcame his mental health issues is quite emotional. There were several scenes that made me laugh out loud. The documentary does a great job of showing the life of Albert in the last few years before he died. One thing that really caught my eye was the color of the hair. The hair was extremely orange. I found this to be quite amusing. This film should be viewed by all who want to understand Albert's life. I also think that this documentary is a great way to show Albert's fans how Albert was like. He had an intense relationship with his fans and he truly cared for them.

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When he is on screen, the world loses a great artist. Not for the actors, but for the people. My family and I watched this film when it was first released and we all loved it. We've watched it several times since then, and we still love it. Albert Schweitzer was an extraordinary artist and the reason we went to see this movie was because he was an artist. His body of work is truly remarkable, but this film is a different way to see his work. In this film, we get to see a man who is not the artist the world thought he was. He's a normal guy who is also a great artist. His work is an artistic expression of his life and an expression of his style. That's what makes this film so interesting and so engaging. And it's not just about Albert, it's about the times and the people who influenced his style. This film is a true look at the man behind the art and a great look at the artist behind the art. If you are a fan of this man, watch this film.

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A very interesting documentary that I just wish had been longer. The footage is the best part of the movie. I was particularly impressed with the interviews with The Grateful Dead and their music. I think the real reason this is the best documentary is because it shows the real people behind the music and the politics behind the music. This is a documentary that was a complete waste of time. I give it a 7.

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I am a big fan of Albert. I'm also a bit of a critic. I really enjoyed watching the documentary. The producers did an excellent job of presenting the facts. I don't know the name of the scientist who was the subject of the documentary, but I have read several reports about him. This documentary is about the impact of the Bhopal gas plant on the residents of the affected area. It is the story of a family who lost their home and their livelihood. The documentary also gives us a glimpse of the effects of this tragedy on the community. I loved the way the filmmaker tried to present the scientific data. He gave us a small taste of what it took to stop the disaster. The documentary was good, but I would have liked to have seen more. I did see the documentary twice and watched it all the way through. I am not a big fan of documentaries and I am a bit of a critic. I think the information presented was good, but I did not find the documentary particularly compelling. I think this is a good documentary, but it would have been better if the producers had focused on the impact of the disaster on the people and the people of Bhopal rather than the Bhopal scientists. Overall, the documentary was good, but I think it could have been better if it had focused more on the effects of the disaster rather than on the Bhopal scientists. I rate this documentary 7/10.

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Craig Olson

Well, I don't know if you know, but I've always had an affinity for Albert, and I've always liked "The Albatross" but I'd never seen it in quite a while. I was very happy to find this on Netflix, and I was glad that it was of interest. I actually loved it. The film covers all of the segments, and they are all fascinating. The film is very well done, the editing is solid, and I thought the soundtrack was very effective. I also really liked the acting. Richard Jenkins is outstanding in his portrayal of Albert, and I think that everyone else who was on screen was very good as well. But, I thought that it was a bit over the top at times, and didn't quite capture the whole feel of Albert's life as well. I thought that some of the segments might have been better, but overall, I thought it was a very good film. I'm very much looking forward to seeing more of Jamie Oliver's work, and I hope that they release his next documentary soon.

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Gregory M.

My guess is that this movie will attract people who are interested in the history of the Canadian oil industry. It is interesting to see how the oil industry is now. I am not a historian, but I do know that Canada was an early adopter of "liquefied natural gas" (LNG) technology. I also know that Canada has been a major exporter of LNG for many years. But, for all of these reasons, it is important to see how the Canadian oil industry is now. This movie is an interesting look at the industry, but does not discuss the energy revolution in Canada, or the entire Canadian energy industry. But, it is a good look at the Canadian oil industry and the type of technology that has been used in the past. I do feel that this movie is well-made, with a good soundtrack and excellent photography. I recommend this movie to anyone interested in the history of the oil industry in Canada.

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Betty W.

I never had a chance to see this documentary before the screening at the Toronto Film Festival, so I came with a bit of a preconceived idea. What I didn't know is that this film was an actual documentary, made by a female reporter, who was looking for someone to interview and talk about what it was like to grow up in a small town in the 1970s, when there were no television networks, newspapers or magazines to tell the stories that kids in this town wanted to hear. The town was a poor one, as the trailer park where this film was set was only a few miles from the grocery store, and the police were few and far between. There was no government for a very long time, except the town government had a few dozen people, who were in charge of the town. The main character was not the leader of the town, she was the lone woman, and she was very strong in how she spoke, but her face was a bit heavy. She was also a pretty woman, in her late 30's. One of the things that was very apparent to me is that this film was not meant to be an overly dramatic film, and it seemed to be trying to portray the women who were present during the time period, as women, but it was not very realistic. The film did not take an angry or aggressive stance towards any of the people that were interviewed, and it seemed like they had a lot of fun doing it. The film did show that the towns population was mostly poor and working class, but the point that I was trying to make about how these people were not easy to please, and that they were hard working, but also hard to make friends with, is that it was clear that the women who were interviewed, were not happy with the way the town was going. The women had such a strong desire to see that the town was able to grow, and do it in a more positive way, that it was a very positive experience. Another thing that I liked about the film was that it showed how a group of women that were in charge of the town, could be a lot more inclusive and try to change things for the better, than they could have ever imagined. Another thing that was great was that it showed how they could be hard working and not take it too seriously. It was very interesting to see how they were able to do that.

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Doris Fernandez

If you are a fan of BAFTA-winning director Robert Schwentke, you'll love this film. This is Schwentke's cinematic autobiography, exploring the themes of filmmaking, art, and loneliness. The film opens with a hilarious montage that takes place in a monastery. It then takes place in the States. Schwentke is a graduate of a film school in Germany. He makes some good points about the production of films. He's passionate about the subject, and gives it great insight. His friends and family discuss his career and film. After the montage, Schwentke discusses his favorite films. I thought he was great at going into detail about every film he's ever worked on. The film is very interesting, and interesting to hear his thoughts about filmmaking. It is a well-made documentary, and it's worth seeing.

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Laura Meyer

This is not a movie, but a documentary. It is a human interest story about a man who used to work for the great American airline - United. He is the kind of man who believed he could take a few minutes of a meeting of a group of people and be able to go to bed with a beautiful woman. When I started to watch the film I was ready to say that this guy is a bit of a charlatan. But I was wrong. As it was on the film it is clear that he is in a lot of ways a normal man and an old man. He is hardly ever touched by anything - in the worst case he can hardly turn off the TV. But he is not the only one. He has a wife, two children and a big house. He does not do anything other than spend some time with his family and his TV. I have seen all sorts of human interest stories on television - this is the first one that gave me the feeling that this guy was real and was doing it all for the best interest of his family. He is a real person and I really liked him. I think the real and most fascinating part of the film is the interview he did with the two journalists who interviewed him. It shows how he is a great man and how he had a difficult life, but he was a really decent man. When the interview ended I was so satisfied with the film, that I would have been happy with a great movie even if he was just an old man. The rest of the documentary is more about his family life. I really enjoyed that part of the film and I think it is the most important part of the story.

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Helen Gardner

I was impressed with this documentary. I think the theme of being told what to do by what to do with our lives and the current media culture is very interesting. We are experiencing the same problems that Albert faced in the 90's, but his sense of crisis was more deep-seated. Watching the film I felt like I had just finished reading the book. My only complaint is that some of the conversations in the film could have been done better. It seems as though they were a little underdeveloped. But overall, the themes of self-determination and responsibility that were emphasized in the book were made apparent and represented well in the film. I was particularly interested in the idea of having a sense of self-determination and responsibility as a human being and I think that's what is being conveyed in this film. Also, the sense of collective responsibility that Albert had with his brother and his mother was made clear in the film. This is important because Albert seems to be the same way with everyone, but I thought his sense of responsibility was a bit overstated in the book. He seemed to have a sense of responsibility for his own life and his sister, but it's hard to see what it would be like to have that responsibility for someone else's life. I also liked how the film represented that sense of responsibility that Albert has with his own life. The documentary did a good job of showing how Albert was constantly looking at himself. He never looked at other people, but instead was looking at himself. I was impressed by how his image was always changing as he tried to see what was important in his life. I was also impressed by how much Albert was able to accomplish, yet he was still vulnerable to other people's judgment. He was very open and honest with everyone about what he was going through, and it showed how he was able to overcome his problems. I was also impressed by the way he dealt with his mental illness, which I think he has dealt with in an honest and thoughtful way. He shows no remorse about his illness, and is willing to give himself over to a psychiatrist. Overall, I was impressed with the way the film portrayed the emotional and psychological problems Albert was experiencing. I would recommend this film to people who are interested in the human condition and how we are all different in different ways. It was well done and I think it could be very interesting for people who are interested in mental health issues.

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Albert was the most unique and original travelogue that I have ever seen. It is about a child who is obsessed with Albert Einstein, but is not allowed to follow him. The film is very original and original as in its style, but not original in its content. The director is very wise and explains very well what happened during the time of the German invasion of Poland. He also shows the important relationship between Albert and his wife, and also between Albert and his family. There is no real story here, just an idea and a lot of imagination. If you are interested in the life of Albert Einstein, you should definitely watch this film.

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Sara Hicks

It was a pleasure to watch this documentary. I really like the way the director and the actors spoke about their memories of Albert. It was very interesting to hear the actors' memories and how they relate to Albert. The most memorable part of the documentary was when the director asks the actors what they remembered about Albert and they all answer with a different memory. I loved that. That's what made this documentary so special. It was a very interesting documentary.