Another view of the film, which is far better than the review
29 June 2012
Excerpt: I don't agree with the reviewer's ideas on this film, and I disagree that there was a vacancy at the center of it. The Albert Nobbs character has a center, a deeply hidden, scared, scarred and eternally aching center, that has been buried deep within because it's the only way she can support...
Summary: Hard luck to Glenn Close in a year that also sees Meryl Streep as Thatcher. Albert Nobbs is surely a story that bears telling. Homosexuality was just as prevalent then as now and what the heck did people do?
Summary: Throughout the history of film the attributes of what makes an actress successful have gradually changed, there has been one constant however: Beauty. As far back as the pioneers of silent film beautiful woman have graced the silver screen. After all the beautiful actresses sell tickets don't they?
Summary: Oder: Als Mann hat man's leichter im Leben "Und alles nur für diesen Scheissjob..." Im 19. Jahrhundert in Irland arbeitet Albert Nobbs (Glenn Close) als Bediensteter. Doch Albert hat ein Geheimnis: Er ist in Wirklichkeit gar kein Mann.