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Exposed: OF ALL THE THINGS

ofallthethingsemailJBL Theater @ EMP, 325 5th Ave N (at Seattle Center), SEATTLE

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Winner: AUDIENCE AWARD FOR BEST FEATURE FILM Nantucket Film Festival

Winner: AUDIENCE AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARYSarasota Film Festival


Winner: AUDIENCE AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARYPalm Beach Int’l Film Festival

http://www.ofallthethingsmovie.com/

 

“A thoroughly engaging doc with enough appeal to reach beyond its presumptive target aud of nostalgic baby boomers… an affectionate portrait of a beloved parent and a celebration of contributions by an unsung hero of pop culture.” — VARIETY

“This is a real human drama about an ordinary guy rising above his own fears to shine in the spotlight again, and it’s at once touching and compelling to watch.” — CINEMATICAL

“It’s all terribly engrossing as we’re along for the ride with Dennis Lambert‘s big comeback tour.” — FILM THREAT FOUR STAR REVIEW ****

 

The most unique comeback story of the year.  Dennis Lambert was one of the most successful and diverse songwriter/producers of the ‘70s and ‘80s, with hits like “Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I’ve Got)”, “Rhinestone Cowboy”, “Don’t Pull Your Love”, “Baby Come Back” and “Nightshift”.  He had chart-toppers in almost every genre of music — at one point four of his songs were simultaneously on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, a feat previously accomplished only by The Beatles.  That was then.  Today, he’s a 60-year-old family man selling real estate in Florida. But it turns out his obscure 1972 solo album is huge… in the Philippines. A Filipino concert promoter has been begging Dennis to come tour for decades, and in 2007 he finally agreed.  OF ALL THE THINGS is a hilarious and touching pop/rock/country/R&B documentary that follows Dennis on his whirlwind tour as he rediscovers his passion for music — a two-week adventure that takes him from the comforts of Boca Raton to a sold-out show at Manila’s famous Araneta Coliseum for thousands of fans he never knew he had. Some lives deserve an encore.

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4 Responses to “Exposed: OF ALL THE THINGS”

  1. asat@nwlink.com Says:

    Is this movie about anything? I’ve been seeing that poster for about six months now and I’ve read the quotes a bunch of times and even visited the website twice but I have no idea if it’s a mocumentary or a fictional story or an April Fool’s prank. Could be a sci-fi time-travel epic, might be a two-hour slide show. Is Dennis Lambert a real person or a character with his name in the movie’s title? I feel bad whenever someone makes a movie but fails to promote it effectively, although maybe that’s the point in this case. Or not, I don’t know. I literally don’t know anything about this film and am having a hard time finding out. But I’ll bet I’ve put 500% more effort into it than anyone else would.

  2. Bill C. Says:

    I saw Of All The Things at AFI Fest in LA in November. It’s one of the most entertaining and moving docs I’ve seen in a long time. RUN to this one.

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