All Over Me

Synopsis: Claude and Ellen are best friends who live in a not-so-nice area of New York. They're involved in the subculture of 90s youth, complete with drugs, live music, and homophobia. All is changed one night when a violent and meaningless death rocks their lives.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Alex Sichel
Production: New Line Home Entertainment
  2 wins & 5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
86 min


Give that to Pat

for me, please.

I don't think that's a good idea.

He's kind of pissed at me.

I should go.

I said please.


I'm so sorry.

I'll just be a minute.


There's your change.

I see that little

fuckhead of yours made it.

He's got something for me?

I put it...

No more covering for him!

I pu...

- Wait! What? Just a second!

- No!

- Where's my money?

- Whoa whoa!

Where is it?


Stop! Wait a second.

- Okay, look look...

- Shut up!

Look, I gave...

it was her!

Just tell them where

you f***ing put it!

- Watch him.

- Tell them where you put it!


For f***'s sake!

Sorry! Sorry!

Where'd you put the f***ing envelope!

Can you get me

out of here, please?

The girl from the store,

you seen her?

Yeah, she ran past me

towards the highway.

Everything okay?

Where did you put the f***ing envelope?

Alberta, please!

Please just tell them!

Look, I didn't mean it,


Tell them where

you f***ing put it!

Where are you?

- All right, listen.

- Alberta!

So, where are you going?


Mind if I ride along?

I think that

should be okay.

Bus 73 leaving for Seattle

leaving in 15 minutes.

15 minutes, bus 73 leaving

for Seattle at gate 7.


What did you do now?


Everything's good.

I got out, like you did.

Got out or ran out?

Got out.

I wanted to start over.

I thought maybe

you could help me.

This is such

a cool place, Celene.

Yes, and I like it

exactly the way it is,

so take a mental picture.

Alberta, this arrangement,

this two-week arrangement

cannot cause me

any trouble.

I mean zero,


- What kind of trouble?

- Your kind of trouble.

You were always jumping out

of one mess into another.

- That was a long time ago.

- And we're adults now.

I'm not your

babysitter anymore.

I'm not a helpless kid.

I promise.

So, what's your

first move, then?

What's your life plan?

You don't have one.

Life plan, you bet!

- Do tell.

- I'm gonna do some upgrading.

Then... first I'm gonna get a job...

no later than tomorrow.

Good, because I don't

want you loafing around here all day.





I'm not replacing you.

You have my permission

to leave.

Listen, if you're serious about turning

your life around,

I'm going to

hold you to it.



I have neighbors,

for Christ's sake!

Oh, and the phone...

you do not answer it ever.

Same with the door.


Celene, who was that guy?

That's Spencer.

He likes to be

my slave on Fridays.

You hungry?

There's some sushi in the fridge.

You can crash in the back bedroom.

There's a cot.

It's bok choi...


You relax, shitty.

Receipt for the yogurt?

New girl, right?




Well, here's the thing:

over here in civilization,

we make a habit of paying for

things before we take them.

- I wa...

- With money.

I was going

to pay for it.

I get my first check


Right now all I have

is bus fare.

Honey, you just

became a shoplifter.

Wait! I screwed up.

I'm sorry.

The lady up front

said it was okay

and that she does it

all the time.

Thought I was serious?

I was just fooling around.

Fine, we're fine.

We're good here.

Is that a Walkman?

Uh, here's my tape

okay, my thing is dogs.

And, uh, other people

got their things.

- For me it's... well, it's dogs.

- Hi.

So I'd be down

on all fours,

I'd be

sniffing around...

I picked up your dry cleaning

and your mail.

They were out of

red electrical tape.'d lead me around,

take me for a walk...

Did you forget something?

Oh, Jeez, sorry. drag me

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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