Albert T. Fitzgerald
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Albert T. Fitzgerald (Character)
from The United States of Leland (2003)

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The United States of Leland (2003)
Airplane Woman: Aren't you an actor?
Albert T. Fitzgerald: Aren't we all, dear.

Airplane Woman: Excuse me. I'm sorry if I'm bothering you, but aren't you an actor?
Albert T. Fitzgerald: Aren't we all dear
Airplane Woman: [laughs] No, no, no. I mean a famous actor. You know, a movie star actor? I know your face
Albert T. Fitzgerald: I was in Stanley Kubrick's musical, the one about the alcoholic pirates. I played Captain Morgan.
Albert T. Fitzgerald: Whenever you're done with the front page dear

Albert T. Fitzgerald: I recall when our lives were unusual and electric. When we burned with something close to fire. But now we sway to a different rhythm. Lives lived without meaning or even directed hope. The passage of time measured only by loss. Loss of a job, loss of a minivan... a son.