Albert Nobbs Review

It might be easy to dismiss Albert Nobbs as a pro-homosexual, pro-feminist film with a heavy-handed political message—but only if you’ve merely read a synopsis or watched a trailer. In an Oscar-nominated role, Glenn Close stars as a cross-dressing lesbian in 19th century Ireland, but as it turns out, Rodrigo Garcia’s period drama transcends the superficialities of issues of gender and politics to probe deeper into spirituality and human experience.

Read my review at Christianity Today.

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