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Credit Bank Of Moscow – Credit Bank of Moscow: Einstein

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Credit Bank of Moscow shows us the importance of a sound investment, via an intriguing spot that gives viewers a peek into Albert Einstein's complicated love life.

The film, directed by Charley Stadler through Beggar Film, is set in a sumptous hotel and sees the esteemed scientist arguing with his wife over the phone, while his mistress lolls in bed. He's interrupted by a bellhop at the door, and unable to find change for a tip, hands him his scribbled notes instead, much to the bellhop's disgust. But just as he's about to chuck the worthless notes into a bin, his eye is caught by a newspaper headline about the new Nobel prize winner - who turns out to be Albert Einstein. We later learn that those handwritten notes on The Theory of Happiness sold for $1.6 million USD - proving just how important it is to 'deposit your genius'. 

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