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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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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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There are several hidden "S" motifs throughout the film, including the path of cigarette smoke produced by the man in the coffee house, an "S" shaped door handle near the beginning, and every "S" in the opening cast and credits sequence (they all dissolve last). See more »

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Thought-provoking and profound
9 August 2004 | by See all my reviews

Subtle subtext and symbolism add an element of depth demanding the audience's attention to detail. Watch closely and listen carefully for there is always more than what meets the eye. Every frame of action and each phrase of dialog has a meaningful purpose, pushing the movie forward, fitting the pieces of the puzzle together.

What helps to make the movie so interesting is how each viewer will interpret their own handful of clues. Much like the Sixth Sense, most viewers will not connect all the undertones that tie the film together until they've seen it twice. Insight into the memories that consume the mind of Stephen Jefferys unfold throughout the film until he reveals the surprising truth at the end. This short was meant to be a feature length film.


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