What People Are Saying:

This cooly penetrating film honors women who address the reality of their lives with ferocious eloquence…Outstandingly potent” – Wall Street Journal

“Never have I seen a more courageous and frank film. The egregious social dehumanization of fat women would be impossible to maintain if it was widely circulated; the stories of these women are touching, heartfelt, and deeply moving. Their struggles are real, and these living, loving women have nothing to do with the harmful mythos of stupidity and laziness surrounding obesity. ‘All of Me’ grapples with the (often fraught) conversations surrounding weight loss surgery with inexhaustible compassion. If only the world at large had half its empathy.”
– Kaye Toal

“All of Me is an emotional film that brought up many memories of my own experiences pre- and post- surgery. These women’s stories really exemplify so many of the challenges that people deal with–both with being obese, and with losing a lot of weight via surgery. The film does a wonderful job exploring how surgery changes more than just bodies–it changes relationships. I hope it is widely seen by those considering surgery, those in the process, and the providers who provide it.” – Dr. Brian Sabowitz, MD, FACP, CCD, bariatric surgeon and WLS patient

“We were so excited to recently host Alexandra Lescaze and her movie “All of Me” in Shreveport. We used the screening as a support event for our patients and an opportunity to have a panel discussion about life after bariatric surgery.  The movie was very well done and so frank. It showed the real struggles of those who suffer with obesity both before and after weight loss surgery.  We were all moved by the lives of these women.”Katy Merriman, Surgical Specialists, Shreveport, LA

Emotions filled the room during the showing of All of Me, from laughter to tears to surprise. All of Me is the intriguing story of the elements of the weight-loss journey we don’t communally talk about but always linger in the shadows of our struggles with obesity. It is truly a story of love, loss and last resorts” –  John Archibeque, MSN, MBA, CBSGL, RN, Bariatric Surgery Program Coordinator, The Bariatric Center at St. David’s North Austin Medical Center, Austin, Texas



KERA Radio/Dallas-Think: Interview/call-in show with Director: Standing up to Obesity (podcast available)

CBS News Interview with Director: All of Me: a story of love, loss and last resorts

HuffPostLIVE chat with Director and the Girls: Why These Women Championed Fat, Then Fought It

New York Post: PBS doc shows women’s lives after gastic surgery

New York Times review: For Those Hoping to Lose, A Hard Look in the Mirror

San Antonio Express-News: San Antonio woman subject of PBS, reality shows

Wall Street Journal review: All of Me showcases the lives of big, beautiful women

NextAvenue: ‘All of Me’ tackles Obesity and Identity

Weight Loss Surgery Podcast with Reeger Cortell, FNP-C: Audio Podcast Interview with Director, Alexandra Lescaze

A Post Op & A Doc: Interactive podcast interview with Director, Alexandra Lescaze

Austin American-Statesman: Documentary follows Austin women who undergo weight-loss surgery

ABC News KVUE: Local women put a face on obesity epidemic in documentary

Slackerwood: AFF Review – All of Me

Los Angeles Times: Documentary “All of Me” Shows Complexity of Obesity Surgery

ABC News: Obese Women Struggle to Lose Weight, Find Dignity

Screen Invasion: LAFF 2013: All of Me

StarPulse: Director Alexandra Lescaze talks “All of Me”

Jesther: LAFF 2013: All of Me

The Hollywood Reporter: “All of Me” Introduces the Big Beautiful Women Club

Tribeca Film Institute: Five Major Influences from Alexandra Lescaze


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