Four 1950's cultural icons (Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, Joe DiMaggio and Senator Joseph MacCarthy) who conceivably could have met and probably didn't, fictionally do in this modern fable of post-WWII America. Visually intriguing, the film has a fluid progression of flash-backs and flash-forwards centering on the fictional Einstein's current observations, childhood memories and apprehensions for the future. Written by
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The object of every man's fantasy and the greatest mind of the century are about to meet.
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Did You Know?
The movie's opening prologue states: "This story and its contents are entirely fictitious". See more
When the Ballplayer is at the bar next to a wall calendar, in the medium shots the calendar page is for June 1954, but in a close-up the page says March 1954. The mistake would seem to be the close-up because there is a night-time baseball game on the bar's television and the baseball season didn't begin until April. See more
But if you've finished it, and so much as you've studied it, you'd know how it all fits... how it all works. In fact, you'd know everything!
Ha, ha. I'm an old man. I wouldn't survive the publicity.
Features Hiroshima Mon Amour
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Arranged by Gil Evans
Performed by Lew Soloff
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