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Albert II of Monaco, the Unknown Prince

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Albert II of Monaco, the unknown prince
Directed byThibaut Faucon
Produced byThibaut Faucon
Lagardère Group
Starring(in order of appearance)
Albert II of Monaco
Thibaut Faucon
Rainier III of Monaco
Kofi Annan
Michel Barnier
Stephanie of Monaco
Woody Allen
Lionel Richie
Caroline of Monaco
Ernst August of Hanover
Paul Anka
Regis Faucon
Alberto Repossi
Distributed bySystem TV
Release date
April 2005
Running time
52 min
LanguageEnglish, French

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Albert II of Monaco, the unknown prince is a documentary with intimate Prince Albert, diffused by 40 TV channels all over the world.

This 52-minute-long film is a documentary made in 2005 on Prince Albert II of Monaco who had always turned down requests for interviews and coverage of his life.

For eight months, he has been filmed as he carried out his public duties and conducted his private life. In it he shows around the palace, plays in a friendly football match, also behind-the-scenes preparations of the Red Cross Gala evening, gives an access on his private jet as he flies to New York to address the General Assembly of the United Nations, jogging in central Park, shopping for DVDs in the Big Apple, etc.

There are also some moments of father and son, filmed just three months before Prince Rainier died. Beyond these pictures, the Prince spoke freely and at length in a wide-ranging interview on many issues; from the rumours about his alleged homosexuality to claims that Monaco is a money-laundering centre. On his family, his father's bad temper, his memories of his late mother Princess Grace, his sister Princess Stephanie's past problems, his plans for the future, and other topics.

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