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All the Days Before Tomorrow (2007)

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In this quirky episodic tale about a friendship that's almost something more, Wes and Alison are pals who ought to be lovers, but their timing has never been right. When Alison makes a ... See full summary »
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In this quirky episodic tale about a friendship that's almost something more, Wes and Alison are pals who ought to be lovers, but their timing has never been right. When Alison makes a late-night visit to Wes on the eve of leaving for Tokyo to rejoin her beau, the two chums travel down an emotional memory lane, discovering truths about their relationship in the process. In the mix is Wes's mysterious and comical guardian angel. Written by KANGOO FILMS

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[first lines]
El Doctor: Everything okay?
Wes: [on a gurney] Yeah, I'm doing fine. Thanks for asking.
El Doctor: Oh, you're welcome.
Wes: My toes are kind of itching though. Kind of annoying. Where are we?
El Doctor: Pakistan.
Wes: Really?
El Doctor: No, not really.
Wes: Do you think I'm weak. I'm a girl, right? A little girl...
El Doctor: Little girls are not weak, they're very strong.
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My New Favorite Movie!! Part II
10 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was constantly hypnotized by the outstanding cinematography, as well. Every scene was shot to bring out the most beauty possible, and it enhanced the experience by 100 times. One of the first few scenes drew me into the movie as it showed a girl's hand resting outside a car window, with rays from the setting sun gleaming through her fingers as she drove through an orange desert terrain. Each shot that was captured was entrancing: from majestic canyons in Utah to quaint homes in Montréal, a stylish apartment in L.A. to slow motion lights in a club and snow falling onto the still water of a swimming pool. It did not matter what was happening—every frame was perfectly composed and a delight for the eyes.

As if there could be any more wonderful aspects to this film, the music was yet another one! The varied musical selections added as much to the movie as anything else, and it would not be the same without it. The most amazing thing about the film's music was that the songs were of completely different genres yet each created the ideal mood and sensation that a scene was meant to have. There was music for every taste: jazz, electronica, alternative, instrumental, country and even songs in four foreign languages! The music was very distinctive—not the over-played radio songs you find in most movies—and captured the essence of the diverse twists and turns of the story. I had not heard any of the songs before this movie, but they left a lasting impression in my mind and made me impatient to have them on CD. The music choices of the director were impeccable and set the finishing touch to the acting, script, and cinematography, bringing each scene fully to life.

Many of my favorite movies are love stories, but this is now my favorite one of all. I was amazed that the film made me want its two characters to be together so badly. In many movies, I would not care if the lovers end up together, but this one made my heart hurt to think that they might not be happy. I was surprised to find myself so enthralled, hanging on every word and movement of the characters, feeling as though I was experiencing what they were. When a movie pulls the audience into the story, making them care about the lives and fate of its characters, it has accomplished its goal. This film did just that, subtly and naturally, without a hint of insincerity or cliché. The film never tried too hard because it didn't have to—it compelled you to become enveloped in the story without ever realizing you were. I was amazed as I admired each emotional and intellectual layer, woven delicately and masterfully into every element of the film, and saw how it had been refined to perfection until it flowed seamlessly. This movie made an ordinary week of mine into an incredibly exciting experience, and gave me something to turn to when I need to be reminded that there are truly masterful works of art in the world. Since March 2nd, this has been my new favorite movie. "All the Days Before Tomorrow" plays like a finely-tuned instrument and unfolds like the steps of a flawlessly-choreographed dance. There is not a scene, expression, sound or word that should be changed.

It takes a great vision and incredible talent to create art so powerful, and I must give the director, François Dompierre, unending praise for having done that. This was his very first movie, and merely from knowing that I can see that he is destined for success. Anyone who experiences this film will be able to recognize his remarkable skills and ability that stand out beyond the rest, and I know we will see him at the Oscars one day. Thank you for making such an exceptional work that touched my heart and I know many, many others.

Everyone who can, see this film and give it the support it deserves!! =)

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