Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022) YIFY Torrent

Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022)

  • Release: 2022   (25 Mar 2022)
  • Genre:  ✯ Action ✯ Adventure ✯ Comedy
  • Language: English, Mandarin, Cantonese
  • Country: United States
  • Runtime: 139 mins
  • Rating: 9 101671
  • Quality:  ✯ 1080P WebRip ✯ 720P WebRip
    * WebRip: same quality as BluRay, but ripped earlier from a streaming service

An aging Chinese immigrant is swept up in an insane adventure, where she alone can save the world by exploring other universes connecting with the lives she could have led.

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Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022) YIFY Torrent
Director :
Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert

Writer :

Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert

Actors :
Michelle Yeoh | Stephanie Hsu | Ke Huy Quan | James Hong

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Best Review:

A couple of days ago I went to the movie ‘All at Once and Everywhere’ again, and cried my sleeve all over my companion.

I could have done more, but I didn’t feel comfortable in public.

Further spoiler-thinking:

The movie is conventionally divided into three parts: EVERYTHING. EVERYTHING. AT ONCE.

Very conventionally. Because these prescribed parts are only one layer. And the film is multilayered and multifaceted.

I want to write right away about the unimaginably wonderful actors: Michelle Yeoh (remember her in Memoirs of a Geisha?), Jonathan Ke Kwan, Jimmy Lee Curtis (divine, divine!), Stephanie Hsu and James Hung (I remember him from his role as the creepy wizard with long fingernails in Little China).

I should say right off the bat that I strongly suspect that director and lead actor Jonathan Ke Kwan is a Jackie Chan understudy, long bound by binding contracts and vows, for the resemblance is obvious, just a little younger, not a lot of films, and suddenly he comes up with a lead role and a direction which shows a lot of experience and thinking, the fundamental one being about the clash of feelings that fight within a person and find no way out. ..

In short, I don’t think we’ll ever know, but we can assume that Jackie Chan always had an experienced understudy who had to keep quiet and barely film.

Jimmy Lee Curtis. God, I felt the need to sob when I saw her, aged and naked in that old-school skirt like yellow, brightly colored sweater she was wearing throughout the movie.

A therapy film, a phenomenon film.

It’s about how we want to be done everything, always, all at once, everywhere.

And we get torn apart in our little inner multiverse, there’s real life with its possible offshoots and even our silly fantasies. For the brain makes no distinction between the imaginary and the real if it is felt.

And how one wants to have time and do everything.

And how one wants warmth and closeness.

And how one wants to be everywhere, how one wants to solve all problems and resolve all desires at once.

And how many feelings this impossibility causes.

And here layer upon layer is revealed in every part:

– The relationship with oneself and one’s feelings. Futility, shame, guilt, fear, hatred, anger.

– Relationships with loved ones. A husband who does not experience such a tearing contradiction: the life that could have been and the life that is here and now. And how one wants to hate him, how much anger and love, habitual, on the edge of possessiveness, how much contempt.

A daughter who makes choice after choice that cannot be influenced. And impossible to control. And how difficult it is to look at her with good, loving eyes.

The ‘eyes’ theme in general is highlighted in a separate line with small, cross-cutting details: seeing, being seen, looking at each other, looking through each other, through the body to the soul, looking eye to eye.

A father who loved little, loved wrong, or maybe didn’t love at all. Because he loved someone in the protagonist, but not herself.

The mother, who is not there. Obviously depressed and/or lost. With whom there is no intimacy, as there is no intimacy with herself. Consent.

– Relationships with other people. Clients and the IRS. The theme, taxes and debts, opening up when the father arrives. A lot of anger and confusion about how to separate the personal from the business. Own from outsiders, confusion about priorities.

– The relationship with the world around you.

Where the world is a hole in a bagel. A huge hole sucking in desires and feelings, because there is too much everywhere. And you can’t make sense of it, you just don’t have the strength.

But in the course of the film, the heroine begins to deal with herself and her experiences, with that enormous black anger, the anger that appears as chaos and manifests (is seen) in the daughter, as in that other side on the other side, which CAN make choices, while the heroine cannot.

We are angry, after all, most often at those who can do/say/act in ways we cannot.

And the release of these feelings of “becoming like her,” it suddenly generates a tremendous power – to fight for yourself, for your vision of life and to let go of those who are close to you. To have them come back, but in a different way.

Damn, I’m crying again and I think this movie needs to be revisited, with different people and talking about it, to put the pieces of the puzzle in your soul through different perspectives.

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