All of Me (1984)
1 Sheet Movie Poster
- Style A
Condition: Near mint
Dimension: 27" x 41"
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Cast: Steve Martin, Lily Tomlin, Victoria Tennant, Madolyn Smith,
Directed by: Carl Reiner
Synopsis: Martin plays an attorney named Roger Cobb. He is dating his
boss' daughter and is also an aspiring jazz guitarist. Lily Tomlin is a
difficult, eccentric, spoiled rotten, but oxygen-dependent millionairess named
Edwina Cutwater. Discovering that she is dying, Cutwater wants to make some
unusual final arrangements.
Roger is sent in to arrange her will, in which she wants to leave her vast
fortune to Terry Hoskins (Victoria Tennant), her stablekeeper's daughter, with
the idea that a culture-shocked holy man can use a mystical bowl to allow Miss
Hoskins' soul to leave and Edwina's soul to enter her body, giving her the
chance of a life in a less crippled body. Roger, unsurprisingly, believes the
whole plan is "bananas".
However, the plans go awry and Roger himself ends up with Edwina's soul having
control over the right side of his body and him the left, causing constant
friction and problems between the two — amongst them, the loss of Roger's
girlfriend and job. Whilst their relationship does warm during the course of the
film, things are further complicated by the revelation that Terry is a scheming
opportunist who plans to take advantage of Edwina's last will and testament and
have her former employer's fortune for herself, having never actually believed
that the soul-transference would work.
The movie ends with Terry's plot being foiled by Roger and Edwina. Rather than
face life in jail, Terry at last consents to having her soul placed into the
body of her stablehand father's horse. Edwina takes up residence in Terry's body
as originally planned, so that she and Roger can live a happy, carefree life
with her fortune. The final shot has Roger and Terry dancing, but in the mirror
the audience sees that it is really Roger and Edwina dancing.