Steve Brooks is a sexist and the prototype macho. Unfortunately one day he is killed by one of his girlfriends. In heaven, though, there is no place for men like him and he is sent back to earth in the body of a woman so that he can see how women are treated by men like the one he once was. Written by
Harald Mayr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Steve and Walter used to have a preference for blondes. Then Steve was murdered... and came back as one. Will being a woman make him a better man?
Did You Know?
was up for a different part in this film but when she read the script, she said the only part she would consider playing was Margo and she got that part instead. See more
"Amanda's" hair is back to its same length (and style) when Walter visits "her" in the psychiatric hospital as it was before "she" had the barber cut it. While "she" does say "she" has been there for five months, and apparently five or six months have transpired from the time of the trial, there is no way the hair would have grown from above the ears to down below the shoulders in six months - hair grows about 1/2 inch per month, so it would be about 3 inches longer than before. The hair should have only been slightly longer to show that amount of time has passed. See more
I'm Steve's sister.
He never told me he had a sister.
I'm his half-sister.
He never told me he had half of a sister.
We're looking for Steve, we don't know where he went. He said he was gonna chuck it all, like Gauguin.
Gauguin. He's an artist who went to Tahiti.
I thought you said you didn't know where he went.
Referenced in What Women Want
It's All There
Music by Henry Mancini
Lyrics by Alan Bergman
and Marilyn Bergman
Performed by Jody Watley
Produced by Henry Mancini
Published by L/T Music Inc. (ASCAP)
Jody Watley appears courtesy of MCA Records See more