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  • Actors: Alison Folland, Tara Subkoff, Cole Hauser
  • Directors: Alex Sichel
  • Writers: Sylvia Sichel
  • Producers: Andreas Bühler, Christian Kaltenbach, Dolly Hall, Glen Gonzalez, Natascha Tillmanns
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 2, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000929AQO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #150,826 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "All Over Me" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

If you've forgotten what it's like to be fifteen, it all comes crashing back in this wonderfully edge look at the relationship between a sensitive, vulnerable young girl named Claude (Boys Don't Cry's Alison Foland) and her beautiful, quick-witted best friend Ellen (Freeway's Tara Subkoff). Filmed on the streets of New York City, this raw and realistic account follows an adolescent girl's struggle to find friendship and love in a world where kids don't count. Crossing the line between sexuality and friendship, innocent discovery and lifelong regret, she discovers what coming of age is really all about.

Customer Reviews

I liked him too much to have him go away.
Danie3432@aol.com
If you really get into this movie, as I did, you come out of watching it as satisfied with its entirety as you would having spent time inside their minds.
Angela
This is a story about changes, self-discovery and learning to love yourself.
"iheartcrass"

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Crawford VINE VOICE on June 23, 2005
Format: DVD
I am really, really excited that this film has finally come to DVD- even though it contains no extra features, and this is a movie that could produce a wonderful commentary and/or DVD documentary. I first saw this film on Cinemax when I was about 14 years old and I haven't forgotten it even now that I'm in my early 20's. Alison Folland perfectly underplays Claude- a quiet, insecure girl whose relationship with her best friend Ellen (played by an inspired Tara Subkoff) becomes strained when Ellen starts spending all her time with her new boozing & druggie boyfriend- while at the same time Claude begins to have romantic feelings towards Ellen.

Folland's character soon makes friends with two very special people who encourage her to pursue her love of rock music- Luke, who just moves into the apartment building, and Lucy (Leisha Hailey, who was well-known as a member of the band The Murmurs when this film was released & also supplies some music to the film) who also gives Claude her first same-sex romantic encounter- which is done with a light, sweet & realistic touch. The film does become darker as it plays on, with Ellen's spiral into addiction and ending with a sudden and shocking hate crime takes the life of a friend, and forces Claude to grow up very quickly.

This is a wonderful film that everyone can take something meaningful from- you don't have to be a teenage girl or homosexual/bi-sexual to appreciate the characters, story, and ultimately the message. It also has a fantastic soundtrack (my copy still gets spun after a good seven years) that includes music from Sleater-Kinney, Patti Smith, Ani DiFranco, Tuscadero and many more that skillfully encapsulates both the mid-to-late 90's time period and feel of the movie.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 6, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
Overall this is an amazing movie, with an amazing soundtrack. The casting was excellent, the story moving. I laughed between crying fits.
But I have to say it was beautiful and talented Alison Folland's honest and endearing portrayal of Claud the confused self-effacing yet strong young (soon-to-be) lesbian that made this movie what it is. Claud's smile at the end of the movie, probably her first smile in the move at all, just lit me up, the joy in finally being true to herself is so apparent...it still sticks with me. Actually the whole movie sticks with me, long after the first viewing, when other movies have faded into the background All Over Me still shines as one of my all time favorites. It should be a classic.
The plot has already been rehashed 20 or so times so I won't go into it again, but at the heart of this movie is the question "what are the boundaries in a friendship?" Any woman who can still remember that close best friend from girlhood, the one you didn't do anything without, can remember how insane the relationship really was...the love, the jealousy, the sexual energy. That's what is at the core of this movie and it rocks.
Buy it, watch it, love it. I promise you won't be sorry.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Shannon Graham (sg8434@mail.mcneese.edu) on December 7, 1998
Format: VHS Tape
I had never heard of this movie until a close friend suggested that I watch it. I had little expectations going into this film but I was soon blown away by the solid plot and the exceptional acting of all the characters. All Over Me follows the friendship of Claude and Ellen, two teenage girls living in Hell's Kitchen New York. The two are exceptionally close and spend most of their time in Claude's room, practicing to become a band. Tensions rise when the friendship crosses the line and Ellen starts seeing Mark, a hostile young man who thrives on confrontation. The viewer watches as Claude deals with the new facets of her friendship with Ellen and her own sexuality. Claude soon meets up with Lucy, a sweet pink haired rocker who is completely at ease with who and what she is. The story climaxes with the death of a central figure that will rock Claude and Ellen's relationship forever. All Over Me is a powerful movie, with a solid plot and excellent acting by Allison Folland, Leisha Hailey, Pat Briggs and Wilson Cruz. Anyone who survived adolescence would appreciate this film and it's characters.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By "iheartcrass" on June 25, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
While most gay and lesbian coming-of-age films seem to be a dime a dozen, this heartfelt drama of a shy teenager's realization of her lesbianism is far from typical. For this independent film by the Sichel sisters (Alex and Sylvia) really captures the growing pains of adolescence as well as the joy and excitement of the main characters emerging lesbian identity.
Set in New York's Hell's Kitchen area, the story focuses on Claude (Alison Follard) and her best friend Ellen (Tara Subkoff) during the hot summer. Claude feels completely alone, suffering not only from the typical neurocies of adolescence but from her unrequited love for Ellen, who is suffering thru her own trauma with her abusive boyfriend and lack of self esteem. Moody and uncommunicative, with only music (Patti Smith) to sooth her soul, Claude eventually finds solace with a cute riot grrrl and fellow baby dyke Lucy (the amazing Leisha Haley). This is a story about changes, self-discovery and learning to love yourself.
Wilson Cruz (My So Called Life, Party Of 5, Rent) co-stars. Fantastic!
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