The high school  prom becomes the vehicle to examine how male identity is created in All of Me.  The prom is understood as a coming-of-age ritual, an event where adolescents dress up and perform as adults for one night, marking the transition from one stage of life to another.  In All of Me,  a  group of adult men  are brought together to re-perform their prom, and through this re-enactment we see how male subjectivity is constructed through cultural events such as this.