Should you ever see “All the Rage (Saved by Sarno),” you’re going to want to embrace it. (That’s as much of a prognostication as it is a warning.)
The directors, David Beilinson, Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley, all seem like warm, emotionally present people. Sometimes their movie, which unmistakably comes across as a labor of love, feels that way too: Alive and engaged. However, it’s hard to work past the project’s limitations, both creatively and budgetary. “All the Rage” is a documentary with a thesis and not much else.