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Tomorrow's Memoir (2004)

 |  Drama, Short  |  15 July 2005 (USA)
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Jaded by a world which has deceived him, an older gentleman withdraws from society into a somber and lonely existence. When a crisis develops in the city, it soon becomes clear that he has ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Narrator / Older Man
Michael Collier ...
Agent Wayne
Jason Bell ...
Younger Man (1940's-1960's)
Michael Irwin ...
Priest
Brock MacKay ...
Younger Boy (1920's)
Dena Unger ...
Narrator's Wife
James W. Judd ...
Newscaster 1
Margery Bedford ...
Reporter 1
Beth Novak ...
Elderly Woman On Street
Stace Williamson ...
Agent in Alley 1
Dan Zaleski ...
Agent in Alley 2
Rob Aguilar ...
Smoking Man
Kyle L. Poirier ...
Paramedic 1
Corwin Ferguson ...
Paramedic 2
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Newscaster 2
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Jaded by a world which has deceived him, an older gentleman withdraws from society into a somber and lonely existence. When a crisis develops in the city, it soon becomes clear that he has led a more than unusual life. He is a man with secrets, bitterness, lies, and regret - and he's being watched. Written by Anonymous

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We can't change the past. But sometimes...we can change our minds.

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While the old man walks up the stairs, he passes floor number signs "19" and "38". 1938 is the year Superman debuts in Action Comics No.1. Later, the character references the same year when he says, "...when I arrived in '38..." See more »

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A wonderful neo-noir short

Caught this flick over at IFilm.com. Beautiful lighting, a fitting score, and a well-developed script (surprising for a film which runs under 30 minutes). Stephen Jefferys is perfect as our protagonist and narrator. The recurring motifs (the clocks, the man ascending the stairs, the planes) throughout give the short a sense of cohesion. I don't want to reveal too much of the plot as part of the fun is discovering the mystery as it unfolds. But it does feature one of my favorite themes: the absence of goodness in a world desperate for heroes.

Congrats to Jim Cliffe and all the crew who worked on this project, the final product is a joy to watch.


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