ALL FOR ONE is a rousing sports comedy about an unconventional coach who guides an underdog team to victory. Jack Wright, a perpetual undergrad who abandoned the world of swimming to pursue a career as a mediocre standup comic is pushed by his father into taking a coaching job at a local school. The only catch is that there is barely a team there to coach, nor is there a pool in which to train. Making matters worse, Jack’s dad is his chief competition because he coaches the regional champs, a team with a flawless record, a lavish Olympic size pool, and a raft of sponsors. While no standup comic, Jack turns out to be a standup guy. In short order, he assembles a rag- tag team of swimmers with questionable talent but more than enough heart, finds a past its prime pool for practice and, motivated by spite and spirit, sets out to beat his father, both in and out of the pool. To their mutual surprise, Jack turns out to be a really good coach, one whose irreverent style and carefree attitude leads his underdog team to victory.