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Is That All There Is? (1992)

Award winning director Lindsay Anderson (If..., O Lucky Man!) subverts the mockumentary genre and presents to the audience a detailed and humored account of what truly means to be Lindsay ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Lindsay Anderson ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alexander Anderson Alexander Anderson ... Himself
Murray Anderson Murray Anderson ... Himself
Kathy Burke ... Herself
Laurence Cohen Laurence Cohen ... Himself
Ted Craig ... Himself
Andrew Eaton Andrew Eaton ... Himself
Tom Farrell Tom Farrell ... Himself
Jocelyn Herbert Jocelyn Herbert ... Herself
Bernard Kops Bernard Kops ... Himself
Rosemary Martin Rosemary Martin ... Herself
Catherine O'Neill Catherine O'Neill ... Herself - cleaning lady
Rohit Patel Rohit Patel ... Himself
Brian Pettifer ... Himself
Neil Pilkington Neil Pilkington ... Himself - Acupuncturist
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Award winning director Lindsay Anderson (If..., O Lucky Man!) subverts the mockumentary genre and presents to the audience a detailed and humored account of what truly means to be Lindsay Anderson in his daily routine, meeting with artists, actors and regular people, discussing what's going on in the world at the time. And, of course, there's plenty of time for him to discuss some of his passions: movies and theatre, remembering of his time as a former film critic and stage director. Written by Rodrigo Amaro

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 May 1995 (USA) See more »

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The Director's Place: Is That All There Is? See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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Final film of Lindsay Anderson, released one year after his death. See more »

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Anderson's wonderfully cock-eyed self portrait
16 September 2016 | by runamokprodsSee all my reviews

Hour long piece made for TV.

A dark humored, wonderful, gently surreal self-portrait of the artist as a cranky old man.

Documentary in style, but clearly staged, it has some wonderful moments of dark wit, and sadness as it looks at old age and the brevity of life. As with all of Anderson's best work (and I do think this ranks among his best work) he has a skewed gaze all his own that invites us to examine how we see things - including, in this case, ourselves, our friendships, our accomplishments, our failures.

Anderson's ability to make his very personal point-of-view universal and entertaining at the same time is what makes him such a special film-maker, able to bridge the experimental and challenging, and the simply pleasurable.


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