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All There Is to Know (2001)

Tutta la conoscenza del mondo (original title)


Credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Giorgio Albertazzi ...
Il professore Perotti
Benito Artesi ...
Un collega del professore
Emanuele Astengo ...
Un facchino / Un uomo di luce
Maria Barbalato ...
La cartomante
Anna Bastoni ...
VJ TV Music
Emanuela Biagiotti ...
Vestale # 2
Gabriella Blasi ...
Vestale #1
Cristiano Callegaro
Massimo De Lorenzo ...
Adepto levitatore braccia
Carlo Luca De Ruggieri ...
Antonio - il laureato (as Carlo De Ruggeri)
Viviana Di Bert ...
Donna oggetto
Erika Di Cesare ...
Una bambina
Gianluca Fabbri ...
Un guardia del corpo
Marco Febbo ...
Bonny - il bassista


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Release Date:

31 August 2001 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

All the Knowledge in the World  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Tutta la conoscenza del mondo skewers the New Age zeitgeist.
12 January 2002 | by (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

Tutta la conoscenza del mondo is a charming, goofy send-up of New Age icons and obsessions. Although set in Italy, this film transcends its cultural source and neatly skewers the New Age zeitgeist at its quasi-philosophical, global core. The writing and performances are deft, the central characters developed and engaging. We laugh, but at the same time experience a twinge of empathy: who has never been seduced (intellectually or sexually) by the promise of connection with the Other? Surreal special effects and carefully choreographed camera work keep this fast-paced comedy bouncing along as we become increasingly caught up in the protagonists' frenzied quests for enlightenment; through the philoso-babble of the university professor who simultaneously seduces and stupefies his pretty female students; into the world of the hapless rock band, created and utterly controlled by marketing strategists; past the New Age (yet somehow Pythonesque) guru who performs a miraculous `levitation of the arms' to the film's rather touching conclusion. Ultimately, Tutta la conoscenza del mondo leaves us with the satisfied sensation of having seen a `feel good' film which is at the same time pointed social satire. (Warning: followers of New Age ideology will not get this one at all.)

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