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Tomorrow, Maybe

USA 2017
produced by
Jace Daniel, Roy Frank Kirk 1st, Robert Blanche, David Brownlow (executive), Ryan Bury (executive), James Andrew Felts (executive), Chad Cheshire (executive) for Borderworld Studios, Bridgetown Entertainment
directed by Jace Daniel
starring Robert Blanche, Bethany Jacobs, Grant Davis, Brian Sutherland, Robert McKeehen, Garfield Wedderburn, Erin Hagen, Kyle Vahan, Pamela O'Hare, John Branch, Roy Frank Kirk 1st, Alysse Fozmark, Jace Daniel, Jeffrey Arrington, Todd A. Robinson, Larry Reddler, Donovan Etzel, Anthony Nelson, Vijay Woods, Dante Tiberius Allighieri, Christina Mansell, Sean Parker, Jeremy Barton, John Litster, Ethan Dedrickson, Bill Christensen, Penny Wells, Bryan Maurice, James Dayson, Robby Sitton, David Brownlow, Sierra Brownlow, Jeremy Esterberg, Jacob Denker, Heidi Swalwell
written by Jace Daniel, Roy Frank Kirk 1st, Robert Blanche, music by Nicholas Emerson, Bill Christensen, Jace Daniel

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Lloyd (Robert Blanche) has just been released from prison, and he makes a very honest effort to leave his criminal past behind - and part of that effort is to make up to his daughter Iris (Bethany Jacobs), a woman whom he has never been there for in the past, and who has long broken off all contact with him. Heck, she even didn't let him know she got married - of all people to a cop, Bobby (Grant Davis). So when Lloyd finally decides to come into her life, she's less than ecstatic (to put it politely), so much so that she tries to shake him - at first even successfully, but he's persistent in a very honourable way. And eventually she realizes she needs him - or rather a father figure she never had, and since he's really trying ... Thing is, Iris's relationship with Bobby has taken a turn for the worse lately, he has taken to drinking heavily, and has on occasions been hitting her, something he hasn't done until recently. So Iris asks Lloyd for comfort and advice, and he really tries to help - even if one of his attempts ends in an altercation. And that's not even when things go really bad ...


A very well-crafted drama, Tomorrow, Maybe works quite as beautifully because it doesn't kick the melodramatics into full gear beginning to end but puts an emphasis on subtext while making sure not to hammer anything home (which is of course mirrored in the intentionally vague title) but give its characters depth and fallability. This is of course chiefly thanks to a well-written screenplay, but that said, the directorial effort really helps here, focusing on subtlety rather than spectacle, and the ensemble cast is very likeable (or at least relatable) to really make this movie work like a charm.


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