In Theaters: January 27th, 2012
Award winning actress Glenn Close (Albert Nobbs) plays a woman passing as a man in order to work and survive in 19th century Ireland. Some thirty years after donning men's clothing, she finds herself trapped in a prison of her own making. Mia Wasikowska (Helen), Aaron Johnson (Joe) and Brendan Gleeson (Dr. Holloran) join a prestigious, international cast that includes Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Janet McTeer, Brenda Fricker and Pauline Collins. Rodrigo Garcia directs from a script that Glenn Close, along with Man Booker prize-winning novelist John Banville and Gabriella Prekop, adapted from a short story by Irish author George Moore.
The film surrounding the performance is not always as strong, but the centre holds, and magnificently so.
Kate Taylor, Globe and Mail - January 27, 2012
Albert is at the heart of it all and we see her through her own prism of vulnerability, resulting in a very human story about the search for love, acceptance and understanding of the self.
Linda Barnard, Toronto Star - January 27, 2012
|Domestic Gross (U.S.) (% Share)||$3.01 Million (53.5%)|
|+||Overseas Gross (Foreign) (% Share)||$2.62 Million (46.5%)|
|=||Total Worldwide Gross||$5.63 Million (100%)|
Data as of 05/17/12 6:30 PM GMT
Studios get on average 55 percent share of the total gross.View Full Box Office Analysis & Reports for Albert Nobbs