All at Once

Synopsis: Tim and Dan - fellow losers from a provincial town. Studies over, they don't want to work and don't have girlfriends. On the way to a dream and hope to get everything at once guys are taken to perform the task of the local bandits.
Genre: Comedy, Crime
93 min




[MAN] I'm here with

James Maxwell in his solo show.

Are you pleased with tonight?

Satisfied with your final product?

I would hope so, I'm standing

in a room filled with it, right?

Do you feel like

this is your best work,

or do you feel like your best

work is still yet to come?

Why don't you ask me

that in ten years?

Okay, sorry,

can you excuse me for a second?

I wasn't finished

with the interview.


James, I want you to

meet Arthur Chang.

- [WHISPERS] He's from Vogue.

- How you doing?

- Congratulations. Congratulations.

- Thank you.

Thank you, man, thank you.

- Hi.

- You like this one?

- I do. I do.

- I might know the artist.

And I might be able

to get you a deal.

- A deal?

- Yeah.

Just my opinion,

my professional opinion,

maybe don't give out deals,

and the artist

doesn't have to sleep on

his buddy's couch anymore.

Maybe he sleeps

on his buddy's couch

- 'cause he likes his kids.

- You can have one of the kids.

You can buy one of the kids

when you make some money.

- I am blown away.

- Everything's for sale.

This is amazing.

All of it.

Just know that I'm available

to be muse in any way possible.

- Did you hear that? She said any way possible.

- I did.

I know.

No, it's absolutely fine

because I've always wanted

to f*ck Barbara Bush.

Is she here tonight? Come here.

All kidding aside, okay?

- What?

- You are beyond talented.

You deserve all this,

and we are very proud of you.

- So proud. We love you.

- And I love you.

Oh, my God!

I'm at the right place!

Ah! Oh, honey.

Gosh, they look great.

- Oh, hi, you, hi.

- What do you think?

Maybe no more monthly trips

to Western Union.

You know, I've made some trips

down to Western Union

for you too, sir,

Mr. Rockefeller.

Who are you? Loosen up.

You look like

you're suffocating.

Untuck. Untuck.


Come here.

- Maybe not.

- Okay.

Hi. Welcome.

Can I steal the man of the hour?

Oh, did you hear that?

The man of the hour.

You are the man of the hour.

And your hour is almost up.

So please do your schmooze thing

with these weird people,

and we will meet you

over at Bobby's.

First drink's on you.

I gotta be up at 5:30

in the morning.

Where is this guy?


he'll be here in a second.

He just needed

some time to himself.

Some time to himself?

Is this the right place?


My boy!

Hey, Bobby,

whatever he wants on me.

A beer, please,

Bobby, my friend.

- He'll have a beer.

- Okay, Vincent, man.

- So? Verdict, verdict.

- Come on!

- I sold every painting.


Oh, I'm not surprised a bit.

Not a bit.

- I'm a little prejudiced.

- I want to make a toast.

I can't believe it.

Your first show?

You sell everything.

I want to say something.

Zip it.

Don't say anything.

Bobby, no more drinks

for this one.

- You do it. Go.

- Oh, can I?

- Yeah, please.

- Thank you very much.

Now that I'm allowed to speak,

to my best friend

in the whole world,

I love you very m

- To the next who's a big artist?

- Basquiat.

That's a lot of pressure.

That's a lot of pressure.

Hey, the world is your oyster,

babe, I love you very much.

- Salud!

- Hey, James Maxwell, huh?

- Everybody, James Maxwell!

- Cheers!


- [WOMAN] James!


What? What?

- Get in here!

- [GROANS] I'm still drunk.


- We're being attacked.


what are you talking about?

What are you talking about?


- Come look at this.

- What are you going on about?



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Roman Karimov

Roman Leonidovich Karimov (Russian: Роман Леонидович Каримов, born June 20, 1984) is a Russian film director, screenwriter, composer, editor and producer. more…

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