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All There Is to Know (2001)

Tutta la conoscenza del mondo (original title)


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Credited cast:
Giovanna Mezzogiorno ... Giovanna
Marco Bonini ... Marco
Giorgio Albertazzi ... Il professore Perotti
Eleonora Mazzoni Eleonora Mazzoni ... Eleonora
Rolando Ravello Rolando Ravello ... Venditore di libri
Cristiano Callegaro Cristiano Callegaro ... Alex
Luis Molteni ... Manager
Hal Yamanouchi ... Maggiordomo
Augusto Zucchi Augusto Zucchi ... Dottore
Claudio Guain Claudio Guain ... Claudio
Viviana Di Bert Viviana Di Bert ... Donna oggetto
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Benito Artesi Benito Artesi ... Un collega del professore
Emanuele Astengo Emanuele Astengo ... Un facchino / Un uomo di luce
Maria Barbalato Maria Barbalato ... La cartomante
Anna Bastoni Anna Bastoni ... VJ TV Music


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Tutta la conoscenza del mondo skewers the New Age zeitgeist.
12 January 2002 | by epetrovSee 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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31 August 2001 (Italy) See more »

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All the Knowledge in the World See more »

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1.85 : 1
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