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      The United States of Albert

      Released Apr 8, 2005 1 hr. 32 min. Adventure Comedy List
      Reviews In the 1920s, Albert (Éric Bruneau) sets off from Montreal for Hollywood, intent on a career playing heroes in the movies. Along the way, he finds himself embroiled in numerous adventures, including an encounter with Jack (Roy Dupuis), a ladies' man golfing his way through West Coast deserts. He also meets and falls in love with a radical Mormon, Grace (Émilie Dequenne), who believes polyandry is the answer to polygamy. Then he's forced to be a real-life hero at a California train stop. Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member Very bland and dull documentary. I rarely have found one I didn't like, but this was horrible. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/02/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis In the 1920s, Albert (Éric Bruneau) sets off from Montreal for Hollywood, intent on a career playing heroes in the movies. Along the way, he finds himself embroiled in numerous adventures, including an encounter with Jack (Roy Dupuis), a ladies' man golfing his way through West Coast deserts. He also meets and falls in love with a radical Mormon, Grace (Émilie Dequenne), who believes polyandry is the answer to polygamy. Then he's forced to be a real-life hero at a California train stop.
      Director
      André Forcier
      Screenwriter
      André Forcier, Linda Pinet
      Genre
      Adventure, Comedy
      Original Language
      French (Canada)
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Apr 8, 2005, Original