In 1898, Albert (Close) works at an upscale Dublin hotel, and no one suspects that he's actually a woman. Quietly going about his work while saving to open a tobacco shop, Albert is unassuming and relentlessly polite. Then he's asked to share his room with visiting painter Hubert (McTeer), who learns his secret and reveals one of his own: he's a woman too. But Hubert has managed to have a normal married life. This inspires Albert to pursue the hotel maid Helen (Wasikowska), which is complicated by her lusty relationship with handyman Joe (Johnson).
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Brenda Fricker, Glenn Close, John Banville and Dublin International Film Festival - Brenda Fricker, John Banville and Glenn Close Saturday 18th February 2012 The Irish Premiere of Albert Nobbs at the Savoy cinema as part of the Jameson Dublin international film festival
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