AFI #69 – Tootsie

Tootsie - PosterTootsie

1982

Directed by Sidney Pollack

Netflix says… Few actors go as far to bag a part as Michael Dorsey (Dustin Hoffman), who transforms himself into a woman to prove he can get hired on a soap opera. But Michael has an enviable problem when his alter ego, Dorothy, becomes daytime television’s hottest ticket. His pretty co-star (Jessica Lange) has no idea that her dear friend Dorothy is a man–and neither does the actress’s father (Charles Durning), who falls for Dorothy hook, line and sinker.

My mother couldn’t believe that I had never seen this movie before. I think it may be one of her favorites. I mean, it was pretty good, but it won’t be one of my favorites. The disc for this one came when I just happened to be visiting mom, so she was there with me when I watched it. She kind of insisted that we watch it, actually. Not one of the ones on this list that I was particularly looking forward to, but you know what? It was better than I expected. I mean, what’s not funny about Dustin Hoffman in drag?Tootsie - Reveal

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