Tomorrow Is Today (2006)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Romance

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A drama-romance about love, loss and survival at the New Jersey Shore. When young Julie Peterson saves the life of a hapless drifter, she begins the quest to save him emotionally as well, and give him the ultimate gift of hope. Battling an emotionally flawed local Sheriff who wants Jerdon out of town, and a young admirer who is jealous of her relationship with the drifter, secrets are revealed, ... See full summary »

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23 July 2006 | HenryIV
| Life Changing!
I had the privilege of seeing a private screening of the film tonight.

I went to see it with a date and let me tell you... I hate to cry at the movies and in fact, I don't very much but this one really got to me.

I left the theater and had to tell my date that I didn't feel well and went into my car and started balling. This has never happened to me before, I don't consider myself a softy at all much the contrary.

This film is filled with poetry and powerful performances. This is a story I will never forget and filmmakers I am SURE I will see again. There is a lot of wisdom and insightful messages in this story.

The cinematography was breathtaking especially since I learned it was done on a minuscule budget (The director wouldn't say exactly how much). But I think this film could change the industry. It proves that you can deliver incredible production quality on an Indie budget. Although the images were beautiful, it really delivers on story and performances.

Mark Hefti went through a striking transformation during the film. He becomes a different person physically and in his demeanor. I knew he wrote the script before I watch it so it added a lot of meaning behind the messages. Well done!

Scout Taylor-Compton is unbelievable. What a hottie. She has so much charm on screen. You can't help but fall in love with the girl.

I promised in a signed statement not to reveal any plot points so unfortunately I can't talk about the story but all I can say is that this film is going to do very well. The director mentioned that it will be in some big festivals and I wouldn't be surprised if it became a festival favorite.

Thanks for this film guys.


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