Funny, unusual, a bit random. A drama story placed into a light very-french-kind-of comedy. Maybe there is a mix of too many stories at the same time, none being completely deeply exploited. It's not the kind of movie that sticks in your mind after two days, but it is nevertheless very pleasant, and somehow heartwarming.
Mostly a good surprise, because Baya Kasmi who also wrote the film, dares adress some contemporary hot topics. But this heavy-hearted comedy, clever at times, does not, in the end, avoids a all lot of clichés that were not necessary. There are clichés that could help the comedy bit (that is sometimes the first half) but the rest is lazy and crowd-pleasing writing. It is a shame : this had definitly potential.
I'm all yours is a well paced movie that doesn't take itself or its characters too seriously, a quality that helps it excel in exploring the harsh realities with more poignancy and a general tone of optimism that's uniquely reflective of everyday life.