Young Einstein (1989)
In 1905 he discovered relativity... In 1906 he invented rock and roll.
|Albert einstein was really an australian. An inventor his whole life, he constantly manufactures weird and wonderful inventions in his shed in rural tasmania. Finally perfecting a technique for putting the bubbles in beer, he decides it's time to share his invention with the rest of the world.|
Editor's NoteIn the search for the formula to put bubbles into beer, Albert Weinstein, son of Tasmanian apple farmers, develops the atom-splitting theory of relativity only to have it stolen by an unscrupulous professional and romantic rival.
Cast & Crew
|Odile Le Clezio|
|Pee Wee Wilson|
|David Roach - Screenplay|
|David Roach, et al. - Editor|
|Jeff Darling - Cinematographer|
|Yahoo Serious - Director|
|Yahoo Serious - Screenplay|
|Yahoo Serious, et al. - Producer|
Plot SummaryAustralian comedian (and producer, filmmaker, editor, screenwriter, stunt person and songsmith) Yahoo Serious does everything and more in this spoof on the early life of 20th- century genius Albert Einstein. Transported from |Europe to the Australian island of Tasmania, the young scientist-to-be is first encountered on his parents' apple farm where he discovers the Law of Relativity while attempting to brew up a batch of homemade beer. Einstein goes on to accidentally invent the atomic bomb and -- more importantly -- the electric guitar which leads, of course, to his discovery of rock 'n' roll. And, in the midst of it all, he still finds time to romance Marie Curie.