All the Mornings of the World (Tous Les Matins du Monde) Reviews
November 17, 2008
Amazing film.I believe I should stop reviewing here because the visual poetry of Corneau is captivating and the gregarious silence is the ideal depiction of the behavior,the conception of music as art.A supreme representation of the era and Guillaume Depardieu in a depressing role make this another modern masterpiece.
November 13, 2008
I saw this film on TCM and loved it. It's tthe biography of a young man who becomes the pupil of a Viola maestro in 17th century France. If you like Renaiisance string music, you'll love the frequent performances here. Gerard Depardieu is wonderful, as always, as the now middle aged man who was once the student who is the subject of the film. Made in France in 1991, the film won numerous awards.
January 27, 2010
One of the best movies about music, .. life.
March 6, 2013
This film will make you cry if you have a sensitive bone in your body!
January 5, 2013
Saw this film in the early 90's and I will purchase it now in Jan. 2013. Everyone I introduce this film to are impressed and desiring to watch it again. The acting, music, costuming and scenery are fantastic. Takes a little time to develop the story line but the music and narration hold this movie together. Jean-Pierre Marielle's silence and anger resulting from the death of his wife drive him on the cello.
May 3, 2010
***1/2 (out of four)
A French historical film starring Gerard Depardieu and his son Guillaume Depardieu. The story focuses on a 17th century French composer and the effect the young protege who comes to live at his home has on the family.
Smart and beautifully brought to life.