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J'ai perdu Albert is a movie starring Stéphane Plaza, Julie Ferrier, and Josiane Balasko. Chloe has been living a successful life thanks to one trick: Albert Einstein is in her mind. But one day, he decides to move and chooses...

Genres
Comedy
Director
Didier Van Cauwelaert
Starring
Josiane Balasko, Stéphane Plaza, Julie Ferrier, Virginie Visconti

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Product details

Genres Comedy
Director Didier Van Cauwelaert
Writer Didier Van Cauwelaert, Didier Van Cauwelaert, Didier Van Cauwelaert
Stars Josiane Balasko, Stéphane Plaza, Julie Ferrier, Virginie Visconti
Country Belgium, France
Also Known As I Lost Albert, Zgubiłam Alberta
Runtime 1 h 40 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Chloe has been living a successful life thanks to one trick: Albert Einstein is in her mind. But one day, he decides to move and chooses another body: Zac, a depressive beekeeper.

Top reviews

Friday, 31 Jul 2020 22:36

The one who will know when this film was a masterpiece is not the only one. The one who will understand it is a cinema lover. This film has no content in which can be duplicated by any other film. It's complete and undefinable. A million different elements are involved, but not in order. Every aspect of the story is entwined in a clever and subtle way. The father is the man who wants to take his daughter to the cinema, but a real-estate man prevents him. The father is humiliated by the real-estate man, who wants to sell the property. The real-estate man calls the father on the telephone to propose to sell the house to him. This sets up a series of events that are completely unexpected and unpredictable. The father doesn't know what to do, so he gives the real-estate man money, and as he did not expect the result, he gives the real-estate man the money. A plane crashes, causing a great loss of life, but the plane crash is covered in newspapers. The plane crash is connected with a young man who wants to take his father's name and the family name to get a job. The father buys the plane and uses it to fly the daughter to the cinema. She escapes to the cinema. There is a kind of feeling of a silent film, a story that stays with you for a long time. The father is a typical story about a man that is different from others. He is also a movie maker, a father who wants to change the society. The father doesn't care for the people around him, he is only interested in making cinema, which is the only thing he has to do. He is ambitious to make a film in which the protagonist (the father) changes the society, the real estate man who is involved with the father, the young man who is responsible for the father, the father's wife, the young women and so on. The father doesn't care about them, but he wants to change the society. He has to do it, because the society is against the cinema. The father is quite obviously in a position that he can't even change society. And yet, he does. He is quite clear on this. I haven't seen a film that is more profound, more psychological, more inventive and more interesting than this film. It doesn't have a hero, but a great film maker who does his job well. This film has a lot of emotions, a lot of impact, and a lot of human emotions. It is a true masterpiece, and it is the one which will be remembered.
Sunday, 03 May 2020 13:39

The French are renowned for their excellence in drama. One of the most successful is "Au revoir, les autres." It's a 20th century film of which I'm very fond. This film was made in 1987 and based on a play of the same title by Jacques Brel. It's a thoughtful, funny, and moving film. The story is about a young French artist (Guillaume Canet) who is looking for work. He is asked by his uncle to look for a job and it will be a one-man show in Paris. At first, he's reluctant but he changes his mind after he has met his uncle's client (Louis Garrel). Garrel is the man who works for the local government who helps him find a position. He is also the kind of man who tells Garrel about the many women who have become his lovers and the many women who have come to see Garrel. Garrel is very fond of them, although he can never find anyone who is interested in him. As time goes by, Garrel starts to notice that he is falling in love with one of his new lover's sisters. Soon Garrel is in love with her and he realizes that he doesn't want to be left alone. This is one of the greatest film dramas I have ever seen. The actors were superb and the story is wonderful. The best parts are the slow parts, such as the day-to-day conversations between Garrel and his clients. It's an interesting story with so many interesting subplots. Guillaume Canet was born in a place that was part of the French colonies in the Caribbean and he has become a great actor in his later years. This film is a must-see for everyone. 8/10


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