All Is Full of Love foi o quinto e final single da cantora islandesa Björk, de seu álbum Homogenic.A versão da música usada no vídeo foi mixada por Howie B.. A música de "All Is Full of Love" mostra sons inspirados em máquinas, e é acompanhado por instrumentos de orquestra e harpas. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Well, "All is Full of Love" proves that no matter what, a fine enough filmmaker and a fine enough musical artist can stuff a bare, four minute running time with far more feeling and power than almost any other work of art being released today. [3], In August 1998, a 12-inch single of "All Is Full of Love", containing a remix by German IDM duo Funkstörung, was released through FatCat Records as a limited release. Most of all, they feel very individual. [49] In 2011, "All Is Full of Love" was placed at number 14 in MusicRadar's list of the 30 best music videos of all time,[38] and was placed in Time's list of The 30 All-TIME Best Music Videos. Music video for Björk's Army of Me. "[10] It uses a long reverb, which results in a wash of sound that suggests a very large space suggestive of the "heavenly" environment Björk envisaged for the track. [15] James Oldham of NME described it as "magnificent, sultry, pneumatic trip-soul ballad, which gently blooms into a magical garden of fluttering harps and shivering strings." Volume 2 of Palm Pictures' Directors Label series is The Work of Director Chris Cunningham.The collection is a prime example of quality over … (Video 1999). This makes it difficult to navigate on a PC, If you want a comparison of what Bjork's videos actually could look like, check out Chris Cunningham's version of 'All is Full of Love' on the Director's Series DVD's. On the shoot there were two main robot arms, but during its post production, a third and fourth robot arm were created in computer-generated imagery.[4]. Music journalist Mark Pytlik wrote the visual "marked an unquestionable creative apex for Björk's visual work, a perfect synthesis of form and content". Produced by Björk, the original version of the song was replaced "at the last minute" with a remixed version by Howie B. The accompanying music video for the single was directed by Chris Cunningham and depicts the assembling of a robot with Björk's features, and her passionately kissing another robot in front of an ethereal and sterile backdrop. Björk was impressed by Cunningham's original music videos for IDM musicians Autechre, Squarepusher, and Aphex Twin, and by his clear lines, science fiction inclinations, and discordant imagery. It was released as the official fifth and final single from the album, and is also the closing track in the standard edition. Genius director, robot fetishist, and Richard D. James pal Chris Cunningham considers it his finest music video; considering the others he has directed (to name a few: "Come to Daddy", "Frozen", "Come On My Selector"), that says a lot. The video is chock-full of MJ’s trademark indulgence, but it’s the bit at the end that lands it on this list. [18] "All Is Full of Love" was released as two 12-inch singles, two CD singles, a DVD single, and a box set, which included the CD singles and the music video in VHS format. Björk - All Is Full Of Love Music Video Database entry. [15] Time's Craig Duff called it a milestone in computer animation and stated that "no robot had expressed the sensuality that director Chris Cunningham imbues in a Björk-bot in the video". However, he admitted that he "would probably not have been particularly impressed" if he hadn't seen the music video. Machines crafting machines, no heart in sight among this industrialist landscape made up of emotionless androids and painful, yet unrealized loneliness. Made with Macromedia. Another strange thing is the videos are separated not by title, but by chapter. [20] In January 1999, it was announced that the track would be released later that year as a single and that its music video would be shot soon. To coincide with this announcement, Funkstörung's remix was made available again and an official logo for the release was unveiled. In 1999, "All Is Full of Love" was released as a single with a music video directed by Chris Cunningham. [30], The music video has won various awards and accolades. Although officially released for the first time only in 1999 as single, it was actually recorded in 1997, before Howie B. remix used for the album. This music video analysis of All is full of love by the icelandic singer Björk is an abstract from our tutorial e-book 14 music videos.. [73] "All Is Full of Love" was also performed during the Volta Tour (2007–08),[74] a tour she undertook with Mark Bell, Jónas Sen, Damian Taylor, Chris Corsano, and a 10-piece female brass band. "[30], Norwegian magazine Panorama ranked "All Is Full of Love" at number four on its list of Singles of the Year. 'All is Full of Love' music video by Björk. Pistons pumping white fluids, as well as drilling and penetrative motions are seen, featuring a "clear" sexual subtext. [24] B-sides include remixes by μ-Ziq, Funkstörung, Plaid, Guy Sigsworth, Mark Stent and Howie B. The video begins with what the Institute for the Unstable Media has described as "a dark uterine environment wrought with cables and faintly pulsating with light." Bjork's DVD single All Is Full of Love is another brilliant fusion of emotion and technology, featuring Chris Cunningham's starkly beautiful video as well as two remixes of the song. [3] It was inspired by the spring while producing the album in Málaga, Spain. I remember I saw Afrika Bambaataa video when I was about 12-15 I think, didn't know who was the performer but the video was forever marked in my memory. "[3] However, she also described it as "taking the piss", considering it the most "sugary song" ever. [18] It was atypical to release a single for promoting an album released two years before, but Björk purposely decided to do this so that the music video was more of a short film than a marketing move. She had a rough winter and then she realised it was spring after she could hear the birds singing. [45] Furthermore, at the MVPA Awards, Cunningham received the award for Best Direction of a Female Artist in a Music Video. [34] At the D&AD Awards, the video was awarded prizes in Video Direction, Cinematography, Animation, and Special Effects. “All Is Full of Love” (1999) Director Chris Cunningham made his name with Aphex Twin’s “ Come to Daddy,” but he had started out doing prosthetic, … [75] Several of the concerts were part of festivals, including Coachella, Glastonbury, and Rock en Seine, among others. It smiles and extends its hand to the sitting robot, joining in the song. Björk was impressed by Cunningham’s original music videos for IDM musicians Autechre, Squarepusher, and Aphex Twin, and by his clear lines, science fiction inclinations, and discordant imagery. The video is often cited as one of the best of all time and a milestone in computer animation; it has been displayed in art exhibitions and was on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. [18], The music video was released that April, although the premiere of the single was pushed back to June. [80] The track was further used for the 1998 French film Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train, directed by Patrice Chéreau. [4] However, the music video's director was dissatisfied with the result and relied heavily on post-production. But I wanted also to have the other level there, there would be lust, it wouldn't be just clean." It's a tribute to the human heart, even if the only characters in sight are actually robotic, which gives the short a hint of self reflective irony. [8] The Vitamin String Quartet, a musical group widely known for its series of tributes to popular music acts, covered the track as part of their 2005 tribute to Björk Violently: The String Quartet Tribute To Bjork. In a review for Homogenic, Phares from AllMusic described the track as a "reassuring finale". [34] Particularly, the visual won various nominations: Best Video at the 1999 Ericcson Muzik Awards,[34] Best Short Form Music Video at the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards,[48] and Best Alternative Video, Best Cinematography, and Best Editing in a Video at the 2000 Music Week Awards. [83] The song was also sampled in Kerli's "Love Is Dead" from her 2008 album of the same name. The lyrics were inspired by love in spring and Ragnarök of Norse mythology. At it was only when Glassworks started doing the computer graphics that [...] I started to realise how the video was gonna be made completely with the computer graphic addition. [4] Cunningham has described the filming process as an unpleasant experience: I always think that my strength is [...] sculpting stuff up in [post-production] and then, a lot of the time things are pretty ramshackle while they're shot. Enhanced CD includes video in QuickTime format. The accompanying music video for the single was directed by Chris Cunningham and depicts the assembling of a robot with Björk's features, and her passionately kissing another robot in front of an ethereal and sterile backdrop. Björk's original version is a trip hop ballad with soul influences, harp, strings, and electronic beats; the version on Homogenic is a minimalist remix by Howie B, emphasising Björk's vocals. [34], In 2008, MTV2 ranked the music video as number one on their list "Greatest Music Videos Ever". [62] The track was the most performed of the tour, alongside "Frosti" and "Pagan Poetry". According to the Institute for the Unstable Media, "as the music fades and the pulsating beat becomes more dominant, we are once again drawn in the womb-like dark space, making it clear to us that we sampled a glimpse of a black-boxed kingdom". Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? This is not a music video, this is a work of heavy, tearjerking art. [62] During the tour, Björk performed in concert halls and opera houses in order to "have the best acoustics possible" and avoid the "appalling acoustics" of stadiums and rock venues. The women are ... See full summary ». [21] The original release date for the single was 2 May 1999, but was later extended out two weeks to 17 May. Cover artwork used to commercialize physical editions of the single. [81], In 2001, American indie rock band The Microphones covered the song and added it on their 2001 studio album, Blood. The song was also included as the opening track of Björk's 2002 compilation album Greatest Hits, whose songs were selected by fans through a survey, in which the single was the second most voted song, coming after "Hyperballad" (1996). The original All Is Full Of Love is "Video Version". [41] CMJ New Music Monthly's Douglas Wolk called the video "magnificent" and praised it for "[bringing] out the beauty of the song". Music video for Björk's song Human Behaviour. He also worked with Julian Caldow in set design, which was created by Chris Oddy. Are digital projections and works made possible only by emotionless drones of advanced technological non-beings truly the best way a human being can connect and relate in this world? Director: Magnus Carlsson. Produced by Cindy Burnay. [95][96], The song performed moderately on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 24. Concerning this, Cunningham added that it was like Kama Sutra meeting Industrial Robotics and that because of the surreal nature of the images, they could be "sexually suggestive" as they liked. "All Is Full of Love" is a song by Björk from her fourth studio album, Homogenic. [77] The song was performed only once on the 2015 Vulnicura Tour. [18] Some publications regard the single as the first DVD single release. Now I think it's a terrifying and sealed-off nightmare wherein you find out that you are the only person who will ever love you. All is Full of Love", directed by Chris Cunningham, received general acclaim from critics, went on to win two MTV Video Music Awards and was included in MoMA permanent collection. Un film sur la réalisation du clip de Björk "All is full of love." [34] However, the team could not manage to materialize this thought. [The “All Is Full Of Love” video] is certainly sci-fi with two robots making out, but there's something mythic about the way it's staged. [57] According to Tymon Smith of The Times, 2015 American film Chappie "ends with a rip off" of the music video. [66] A Vespertine Tour live version of the song was released through Vespertine Live, a live album of the tour included in the box set Live Box (2003). [6] MusicRadar considered the music video to be "one of the most visually striking promos of Björk's career. 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Even if you're not getting love from Person A, it doesn't mean there's not love there. [79] The Funkstörung mix of the song was also included on the soundtrack for the 2000 Christopher Nolan film, Memento. [11] According to Sal Cinquemani of Slant Magazine, the song has a soft pulse with intervals that build up to an electronic orchestration of industrial beats. [4] The treatment described the set as an "elegant" and "white environment" with "a Japanese feel to it". [21], Björk left Cunningham alone to work for the video, refusing to see the product until it was finished, explaining that "when you come across someone as special as Chris you just go humble", which Cunningham said made the work much easier. [4] Cunningham had also associated the track with sex upon hearing it, but could not figure out how to make the video explicit yet broadcastable. Death Cab For Cutie Vs. 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In Icelandic mythology, you have this saga where the gods get aggressive and the world explodes and everything dies and then the sun comes up and everything starts all over again. Directed by Chris Cunningham. [68] This performance was included on the 2006 video documentary Coachella. 4min | Short, Drama, Music | Video April 1999. Director: Chris Cunningham. [63] Björk's concert at the Royal Opera House of 16 December 2001, which included a performance of the song, was broadcast on BBC Four and released as the DVD Live at Royal Opera House in 2002. Windowlicker (1999) Aphex Twin. This is Clipland's official page for "%1", credits, cast, crew, background information, facts After living in the mountains among other people for six months, Björk felt lonely, but a morning walk in April inspired her to write the track. A woman in a cabin in the woods, a hunter, a bear, a moth and other forest creatures' lives intersect in surreal and unpredictable ways. [58] It also was an inspiration for the opening title sequence of the television series Westworld. [16] In opposition to the sonically minimalist mix included on the album, this version has been described as "lushly produced"[15] and includes "fluttering" harps and "shivering" strings. A lot of the time with successful music videos it’s about taking a simple concept but finding a way to dial it all the way up to … [56][57] E! [1] The track was also included on Quintessence Editions' "1001 Songs You Must Hear Before You Die: And 10,001 You Must Download". [4] Björk also called it a song about "believing in love" and expressed that "love isn't just about two persons. Watch the video for All Is Full of Love (video version) from Björk's Family Tree for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Director of photography: John Lynch. View production, box office, & company info, Channel 4's 100 Greatest Pop Videos Of All Time, Top Gear: Search For The World's Best Taxi - Tribute To BBC Television Centre. [22][23] In the United Kingdom, it was also made available as two different promotional singles in 1999, and as two VHS singles. Prime Video has you covered this holiday season with movies for the family. [53] The music video was also on permanent exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. [84], Credits adapted from the liner notes of Homogenic and the single's physical release. "All Is Full of Love" was also performed during the Vespertine World Tour in 2001, which featured Vespertine collaborators Matmos and Zeena Parkins, an Inuit choir, and an orchestra. [24] The single's artwork consists of shots from the music video and features the official logo, which can be seen in the video as well. The sequence has been described as "womb-like, voyeuristic, as if the black box of technology is about to open up". The experience gets weirder when he takes cocaine and everything gets out of control. ", The music video is a Lego animation directed by Michel Gondry. [59][60], Björk first performed "All Is Full of Love" live in July 1997, playing the whole album for a press conference and presentation concert concerning Homogenic at the Old Truman Building, an old beer factory in London, wearing a pink dress designed by Hussein Chalayan, which she would later sport in the video for "Bachelorette" (1997) and photoshoots. [4], The lyrics begin with a promise of protection and caretaking: "You'll be given love / You'll be taken care of / You'll have to trust it". Using a mix of the master shot and a live feed of Björk in frame, the production team tried to match up her face and the robot body as much as possible. [16] AllMusic's Heather Phares gave the DVD single four out of five stars, considering it "a necessary addition to the collections of dedicated Bjork fans". In the climax of the video,[35] the robots passionately kiss and embrace while the machines assemble their backs and light comes and goes. [31] The staff members of Slant Magazine placed "All Is Full of Love" at number 59 on their list of "The 100 Best Singles of the 1990s", writing: "Though it has been as oft-remixed as any other Björk single from the landmark Homogenic set, no version quite achieves the ethereal effect that the album mix of the song does. Björk: All Is Full of Love. Production Company: Black Dog Films. [3] As the song opposes the rest of Homogenic's "macho" aesthetic, Björk has said it could have been included on Vespertine. Cunningham said that every shot in the clip had four layers. The video was shot at Bray Studios and Greenford Studios, and post-production was handled by Glasswork using the software programs Softimage and Flame. [16] Reportedly the best known and the preferred version by Björk's fans and herself, it is further known under the names of "Mark Stent Mix" and "Video Mix". The music video for “All Is Full of Love” was directed by Chris Cunningham. All is Full of Love Movies Preview ... Award winning music video directed by acclaimed director Chris Cunningham Addeddate 2005-08-08 22:11:48 Date_created 1999 Format MovingImage Identifier BjorkAllisFullofLove Is_clip False Mature_content False Monochromatic False Other_copyright_holders [7], The album version of the track does not have drum accompaniment and portrays an ambient song. As the room lightens up, two mechanical arms begin to assemble the robot, which opens its eyes and begins to sing the song. [72] Björk's performance of the song in New York City during the tour was included in the 2005 documentary film Screaming Masterpiece. [34], The video begins with a journey through a dark environment wrought with cables and a faint pulsating light. [76] The track was also performed a few times during Björk's Biophilia Tour (2011–13). Music video for "Big Time Sensuality" performed by Björk. [67], The headliner of the 2002 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Björk opened the set with the track, wearing a white Comme des Garçons dress. [13], In a review for the DVD single, Alex Castle of IGN gave the music a score of 9 out of 10, writing "the thing sounds fantastic" and that the song is "pretty good". Cunningham's innovative clip is as precise, delicate, and startling as the android-ized Bjorks that populate it, and the Funkstorung and Strings mixes of "All Is Full of Love" are welcome additions. [7] This is musically effected by Björk's vocals as she sings the lyric "All is full of love" in counterpoint with herself. [34] Only Björk's eyes and mouth were used, with the rest of the robot representing 3D animation traced from her real head. This FAQ is empty. A woman drives a huge truck, a gorilla dentist tries to steal a diamond from her mouth, and she must rescue her beautiful boyfriend from interment in a boring museum exhibition. "[38] NME also praised the "All Is Full of Love" clip as one of Björk's best, and particularly commended the wide angle shot of the cyborgs kissing as the chorus kicks in. The video opens with an old woman walking a dog in a grimy, industrial setting. News contacted Cunningham and 20th Century Fox—the studio behind the film—but neither of them returned calls for comment. [21], When Cunningham first heard the track, he wrote down the words "milk", "sexual", "surgery", and "white porcelain"; they outline what would become the music video. between the extremely simplistic chord progressions and the seemingly straightforward lyrics, "All Is Full Of Love" should be nothing special.But it IS—it is because everyone who listens to it is able to internalize the meaning of the song and see themselves reflected in it. The video which accompanies this song is one of the most amazing music videos I have ever seen - so wonderful that I was compelled to buy it on DVD. [34] Other awards received at festivals include the second place of the Prix PIXEL-INA Best Script in the 2000 Imagina,[44] and the music video award at the London Effects and Animation Festival. Fantastic eye candy that really entertains. [26] Sal Cinquemani of Slant Magazine called it a "sublime rebirth",[12] and Tiny Mix Tapes commented that "the album ends on an optimistic note" with the "exquisite" song. [33] IGN gave the video a score of 9/10, writing it is an "utterly gorgeous sight to behold" and "just about perfect". [6] The video was also listed as the fifth-greatest of all time by NME,[39] and the ninth top music video of the decade by Pitchfork Media. [36] The camera follows these cables to an ethereal, white room where a robot with Björk's features lies in a fetal position. A promotional video for the Daft Punk's 1997 single "Around the World . [12] David Browne of Entertainment Weekly called it a "moony lullaby" and compared it to the music of Enya. [13] In his review for Spin, James Hunter wrote that the track is one of the times Björk "dips her toe into the warm lake of tradition" and noted its "rockish minor-key verses traipse off into her gospel. ", both published in 2003. [47] The music video also received the Best Special Effects in a Music Video and Best 3D Animation Music Video during the 2000 International Monitor Awards. [78], "All Is Full of Love" was used in the 1999 film Stigmata, directed by Rupert Wainwright. Was this review helpful to you? Music video for "Hyperballad" performed by Björk. Coming off the tail-end of "Pluto," a sonic threnody for a suicidal fan, Björk's open-source, beat-free echo chamber is both absolution and resurrection". "All Is Full of Love", the closing track of Homogenic, was the album's last song to be written and recorded. [34] Initially, it was planned that during the visual's ending, the robots would unfold like a flower as they mated, revealing an abstract life form made from the two artificial forms. Dreamlike things in the dawn half-light, their small breasts gleaming, white plastic shining faints as old marble", as a reference to "All Is Full of Love". In 1999, the singer was approached by Danish director Lars von Trier to star in his movie Dancer in the Dark (2000). Director: Chris Cunningham. [97] In the United States, it became a hit on the Dance/Electronic Singles Sales chart, reaching number eight.[98]. Björk was impressed by Cunningham's original music videos for IDM musicians Autechre, Squarepusher, and Aphex Twin, and by his clear lines, science fiction inclinations, and discordant imagery. Gondry's son was featured at the beginning of the video, building Lego blocks. [4], In keeping with Homogenic's theme as a tribute to Björk's native Iceland, the track was inspired by Icelandic mythology, such as the Ragnarök. [36], The music video was greeted with widespread critical acclaim. [71] It was one of the most played songs of the tour. [55] In 2004, similarities were noted between the design of the robots in the music video and those in the film I, Robot, raising accusations of plagiarism by fans. "All Is Full of Love" is the opening track on Greatest Hits (2002), whose tracks were voted for by fans. To me, the pain and passion of love is expressed with flawless beauty in this only four minute long short. The single reached number 24 on the UK Singles Chart and became a dance hit in the United States. Did you know? After We Collided nabbed the #1 spot in our top trailers of 2020. [5][6] The song moves towards a more reproachful tone as Björk sings, "You just ain't receiving / Your phone is off the hook / Your doors are shut",[5] tempered by the recognition that you have to "twist your head around you" because "love is all around you". "[14], The video version of the song is a midtempo[15] trip hop ballad with soul influences. She wrote and recorded the song in half a day. [25], Both versions of "All Is Full of Love" received acclaim from music critics. Early promos and reissues of Homogenic contain Video version. [37], Now sitting upright, the robot looks up to see another robotic Björk as the machines stop the assembly. [41] In addition, "All Is Full of Love" has been included in various art exhibitions and museums, including DEAF04 Exhibition in the V2_Institute for the Unstable Media in Rotterdam,[36] Chris Cunningham in MoMA PS1 in New York City,[50] the 49th Venice Biennale,[51] While Interwoven Echoes Drip into a Hybrid Body – an Exhibition about Sound, Performance and Sculpture in the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst in Zürich,[52] and This Is Not a Love Song in La Virreina Centre de la Imatge in Barcelona. The images of the kissing robots are interposed with shots of white fluid washing over robotic parts and the mechanical arms assembling them. It was shot frame by frame with each frame ... See full summary ». An experimental music video about a wheelchair-bound boy who morphs and moves to an Aphex Twin song. Add the first question. Also by looking at all 3 directors you really get to see the particular style that each has. It’s a great concept anyway, but I particularly love the way it was brought to life with all that moving camera work that gave it such a visceral energy. See which other trailers racked up the views this year. The work of director Spike Jonze : a collection of music videos, short films, documentaries, and rarities by Spike Jonze ( Visual ) And I think that with the video that was the most extreme example of that, I mean it really was a disaster [...] In the Avid, looking at this stuff, it just looked awful and I actually had a panic attack when I went to the telecine to look at the rushes. [4] Björk said: "I think the only thing I said was that I thought it was very white [...] and I'm trying to describe some sort of a heaven. The music video for "All Is Full of Love" was directed by Chris Cunningham. Go for one particular director if you're a fan, but to get a broad taste and better value for money then bite the bullet and get the box set. "'All Is Full Of Love' was written after the rest of Homogenic which I'd wanted to be an aggressive, macho album. He reportedly first shot the set and the props doing nothing for about 21 seconds, and then removed the robot and replaced it with Björk, who had her face painted white and wore a blue suit. It won the Jury Prize at ArtFutura Festival of 1999,[42] Best Video in the 2000 Fantasporto,[43] Best Video at the 2000 Australian Effects and Animation Festival and Best Art Direction in a Video and Best Special Effects in a Video at the Music Week Awards. [54], Chris Cunningham served as a model for a character in the novel Pattern Recognition (2003) by William Gibson, in which a fictitious music video director who puts "robot girls in his video" makes a clip characterized by the following words: "No sci-fi kitsch for Damien. [64][65] A live version of the track can also be found on the tour documentary DVD Minuscule of 2003. The harsh contrast of blacks and whites giving off a sleek, visually appealing vibe. "[40] Writing for Pitchfork Media, Scott Plagenhoef considered that "the strongest single images from any video of the 1990s come from [the clip]", also calling it "strange and moving". He followed up by making the music video for "Windowlicker" by Aphex … [46] Björk won two awards at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2000: Breakthrough Video and Best Special Effects in a Video. Madonna's Frozen was one of those first dark videos I saw too. [17][18] This remix had been previously distributed as a B-side for "Hunter" (1998),[19] and another remix of the song had been released as a B-side of "Jóga" in 1998. It was subsequently included on the official soundtrack, Stigmata: Music From The MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack. [27] In a retrospective review, Music Tech described the song as "hauntingly-beautiful. It's everywhere around you. [39] Eric Henderson of Slant Magazine dubbed it "the perfect pre-millennial precursor to our current gadget-assisted culture of self-love" and also wrote, "When it was released, I thought it looked cool and stressed the importance of loving yourself. However, feelings and passions somehow sneak through the setting's inhuman cracks and soon the screen flickers with exciting, erotic, and otherworldly pictures of peace and happiness. I just thought "this is a fucking disaster, [...] so cheap and nasty. [69] The song was also part of the set list of the Greatest Hits Tour (2003),[70] which once again featured the Icelandic String Octet, but with the addition of Vespertine World Tour collaborators Matmos and Zeena Parkins. General CommentTo me, this song illustrates the principle in Dao De Jing known as "wu wei" or "empty action", "nonaction". Cunningham had also associated the track with sex upon hearing it, but could not figure out how to make the video e… It has been covered by various artists. Björk sings "It's Oh So Quiet" in a musical number set in and around a tire store. This resulted in Björk contacting him to meet at his London office; she brought a Chinese Kama Sutraas a guide to what she wanted. Björk: All Is Full of Love A live performance of the track during the tour was included in the box set Voltaïc (2009), specifically the CD Songs from the Volta Tour Performed Live at the Olympic Studios. [4] The previous track, "Pluto", stands for death and destruction, whereas "All Is Full of Love" stands for a new beginning. [31] Blender included the track on two lists: "Standout Tracks from the 500 CDs You Must Own" and "The 1001 Greatest Songs to Download Right Now! Vimeo is an amazing video service for original creative work, but it’s also a company with real human employees. By the time the 90s rolled around, MTV was not only a destination for music videos, but had expanded into animated series that used contemporary music. The dog urinates on an abandoned television lying on the pavement, causing it to sputter unexpectedly into ... See full summary », Two stereotypical gangster wannabes try to get lucky with two young women when the man himself, Aphex Twin, interrupts their crude discussion to show off his dancing skills. [82] "All Is Full of Love" was also covered by Death Cab for Cutie and was released on their 2002 The Stability EP. It features an "austere trip hop production", "Take Cover! Title: Use the HTML below. [33] This resulted in Björk contacting him to meet at his London office; she brought a Chinese Kama Sutra as a guide to what she wanted. The video tells the harmonious and erotic love story of two female androids which look like Björk, as if she was making love with herself.. Music video director: Chris Cunningham (who also directed the music video of Come To Daddy by Aphex Twin) Chris Cunningham made his directorial debut in 1997 with the music video for "Come to Daddy" by Aphex Twin, which was instantly praised, banned, and raved about by many people in the business. [32], The music video for "All Is Full of Love" was directed by Chris Cunningham. And now I found it, it was still good. "All Is Full of Love" is a song by Icelandic musician Björk from her third studio album Homogenic (1997). She complemented saying she mentioned that the video should be "white" and "frozen", and then it "melts because of love" and "making love". [61] The song was part of the set list for her Homogenic Tour, on which Björk embarked with Mark Bell and Icelandic String Octet from late 1997 to early 1999. All is Full of Love (1999) Björk. "[28] Entertainment Weekly's David Browne was less enthusiastic, considering it "the weakest track" of the album. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. 8 of 8 people found this review helpful. [8] It does not have Homogenic's characteristic electronic beats,[9] focusing instead on "[creating] an intimacy between the growing dynamics of the instrumentation and Bjork's impressive vocal abilities. [29] Douglas Wolk of CMJ New Music Monthly also gave the single a positive review, commending its B-sides and writing it "was hardly the most striking piece at the time—but the tune turns out to have been something of a sleeper. The video uses Björk's original mix, and depicts Björk as a robot being assembled in a factory, who passionately kisses another robot. Here are some of our picks to get you in the spirit. This series has made me appreciate the art of directing. [4], The robots were designed by Cunningham and were built in full-size by Paul Catling — who had also sculpted the masks for Aphex Twin's "Windowlicker" (1999) — in clay in two hours. The album version "[builds] quietly from a warm, The same fragment, but of the video track version. He also added that the track "is no mere soundtrack" for the video.