Can anyone identify this movie?

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  1. Greg_S_H

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    I'm thinking it was early-to-mid '80s, around the time Dreamscape, Blue Thunder and WarGames came out. All I remember is some people (a guy and a girl, maybe?) walking through what might have been Hell, but it was frozen. There are people frozen in ice. One of them is Albert Einstein. One of the non-frozen people looks at him and asks, "What's he doing here?" The other one says, "Because he caused the creation of the atom bomb!" Hey, I didn't say it was a good movie! Still, I remember seeing it and would like to know what it was. [​IMG]
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    The only thing I can find that comes close on imdb is "Music of the Spheres". All the other 80's movies with a character credited for Einstein have no details, so it's hard to tell.
    Good luck and let us know.
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    I can't tell from the newsgroup review or the plot summary if that's it, but I don't remember seeing a movie called Music of the Spheres. Even if it's not the one I saw, though, it sounds pretty interesting. I may have to check it out! Thanks for looking that up.
     

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