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Tomorrow You're Gone -- Recently released from prison, Charlie needs to carry out a murder to settle an old score.  When the hit goes bad, he must figure out a way to pay his debts and find the road to redemption.


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Charlie Rankin, recently released from prison, seeks vengeance for his jail-house mentor William "The Buddha" Pettigrew. Along the way, he meets the ethereal, yet streetwise, Florence Jane. They embark on a unlikely road trip, careening towards an unlikely redemption and uncertain resolution. | Add synopsis »
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Michelle Monaghan ... Florence Jane

Willem Dafoe ... The Buddha

Stephen Dorff ... Charlie Rankin

Robert LaSardo ... Ornay Corale

Tara Buck ... Blonde Mistress

Mark Sherman ... Charlie's Father (voice)
Jayda Diamonde ... Movie Nun / Blonde in Bus Station / Blonde Maid

Branislav R. Tatalovic ... Used Car Salesman

Dave Durch ... Violent Man / Chester

Sammy Jack ... Young Charlie Rankin

Kerry Rossall ... Chaney

LeJon Woods ... Sporting Goods Clerk

Adam Epstein ... Stitch Marks
Agnes Herrmann ... Conv. Store Clerk
Danielle Tripodis ... Girl at Moe's Bar
Ryan Ross ... Knitcap
Punchie Graham ... Cop in Bus Station
Adam Wilson Burr ... Mute / Shorty
Clyde Simon ... Movie Priest
Diane L. Phillips ... Lady of the Night
Arabella Proffer ... Shrieking Woman / Mom

Dan Anders ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Directed by
David Jacobson 
Writing credits
Matthew F. Jones (screenplay)

Produced by
Mike Crawford .... line producer
Scott Donley .... producer
David Jacobson .... executive producer
Peter L. Kaufman .... producer
Judith Barrett Lawson .... executive producer
Nancy Leopardi .... line producer
Daniel March .... producer
Madeleine Molyneaux .... producer
Larry Rattner .... producer
Michael Rosenblatt .... executive producer
Leonard Shapiro .... executive producer (as Lenny Shapiro)
Christine Sola .... co-producer
Original Music by
Peter Salett 
Cinematography by
Michael Fimognari 
Film Editing by
Stan Salfas 
Casting by
Shannon Makhanian 
Production Design by
Jennifer Klide 
Costume Design by
Carol Beadle 
Makeup Department
Rebecca DeHerrera .... makeup department head
Charlotte Parker .... hair department head
Keith Sayer .... makeup department head
Alan Tuskes .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Marc Ambrose .... production executive
Cory C. Myler .... production supervisor: Reshoots - Los Angeles
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brittney Benson .... second second assistant director
Thomas E. Nicholson .... first assistant director
Tami Nicole .... second assistant director
Tony Niknejadi .... second assistant director
Kahlil Pedizisai .... first assistant director
Ryan Reynolds .... second second assistant director
Derek Rimelspach .... second second assistant director
Marie-Hélène Riverain .... second assistant director
Art Department
Brian Demski .... property master
Darryl Dickenson .... swing gang
Kendall Embrescia .... swing gang
Andrew Fenske .... swing gang
James T. Fraser .... construction
Mark Kelly .... property master: additional photography
Phil Kibbe .... swing gang
Tom Luhtala .... construction
Deborah Malcolm .... assistant property master
Brittnie McConville .... art p.a.
Danny McDonald .... on set dresser
Ben Miller .... set dresser
Kelleigh Miller .... on set dresser
George A. Andrews .... set dresser (uncredited)
Jay B. Johnson .... lead man: art direction (uncredited)
Sound Department
Dick Hansen .... production sound mixer
Michael Miller .... adr mixer
Hamilton Sterling .... re-recording mixer
Hamilton Sterling .... sound designer
Hamilton Sterling .... supervising sound editor
Leonard Suwalski .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Chad Ball .... special effects
John D. Jay .... special effects crew
Vincent Albo .... stunt car driver
Thom Allport .... stunt double
Abby Burr .... stunt double
Adam Burr .... stunt performer
Richard Fike .... stunt coordinator
Cassandra McCormick .... stunt double: Tara Buck
John Sundquist .... co-stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Yvonne Chu .... first assistant camera
Travis Cleary .... second assistant camera: b camera
Dylan Coates .... lighting technician
Chris Cochran .... local grip
Dan Coplan .... camera operator
Kevin Coyne .... electrician
Kiely Cronin .... first assistant camera: b-camera
Cooper Donaldson .... gaffer
Jim Downing .... local grip
Beth Dubber .... still photographer
Will Emery .... second assistant camera
Anthony Erlandson .... best boy grip: additional photgraphy
Nick Evert .... electrician
Matt Hayes .... grip (uncredited)
T.J. Hellmuth .... camera operator
Naomi Hollander .... second assistant camera
Rick Lamb .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Tiffany Laufer .... camera operator: b-camera
Justin Lostutter .... key grip: additional photgraphy
Kevin Martt .... grip
Deniel Phipps .... local grip
Joshua A. Porter .... electrician (as Joshua Porter)
Craig Riley Jr. .... grip: additional photgraphy
John Simko .... electrician
Richard Speed .... key grip
Michael Stoecker .... best boy grip
Joseph J. Thompson .... electrician
Michael Witczak .... best boy electric
Dan Wyssmann .... grip
Eric D. Anderson .... camera operator: additional photography (uncredited)
Casting Department
Madeleine Molyneaux .... casting: Cleveland
Kira Robles .... casting intern
Jennifer Yost .... casting intern
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Tiffany Silk Allen .... costume assistant
George A. Andrews .... costume p.a. (as George Andrews)
Kim Andrews .... wardrobe supervisor
Erica Ball .... key set costumer
Carmine Romine .... costume distresser
Margaret B. Ruble .... seamstress
Chris Singleton .... wardrobe assistant
Melissa Elizabeth Stewart .... wardrobe assistant
Roy Zander .... ager/dyer
Editorial Department
Gregory D Goldman .... post-production assistant
David Kash .... assistant editor
Todd Kolker .... post production supervisor
Larry McGinley .... assistant editor
Steve MacMillan .... on-line editor (uncredited)
Music Department
Madeleine Molyneaux .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Mary Bennett .... driver
Rob Combest Sr. .... driver
Rob Combest .... driver
Dale Fuller .... driver
Jeremy Green .... driver
Ron Hulec .... driver
John McMorrow .... driver: process trailer
Kevin Sieve .... transportation captain
Weasle Strychnine .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Aaron Baker .... locations intern
William K. Baker .... assistant production coordinator
Joseph Albert Battaglia .... set intern (as Joe Battaglia)
Freerk Boedeltje .... set intern
Stephen R. Campanella .... production coordinator
Kevin Chang .... production accounting clerk
Max Eberle .... production assistant
Rion Gilpin .... production assistant
Justin Hale .... stand-in: The Buddha
Wendall Hinkle .... location manager
Tim Kanieski .... location scout
Lauren Legate .... production intern
David Lemoyne .... production assistant
Allie Levin .... production assistant
Noel Maitland .... digital intermediate technical producer
Daniel McCartney .... production accounting clerk
Brandon Mercer .... stand-in: Charlie
Michael Monahan .... head set medic
Jamie Morris .... production accountant
Nate O'Mahoney .... production assistant
Scott Rubes .... locations intern
Izzy Schachner .... caterer
Izzy Schachner .... craft service
Nancy Segel .... assistant production accountant
Chris Singleton .... product placement
Ben Strnisha .... set intern
Danielle Tripodis .... stand-in: Florence
Garrett Tripp .... production intern
Sarah Willgrube .... script supervisor
Jim Assad .... thanks
Velvet Tango Room Nicole .... special thanks
Nate Paige .... special thanks
Sweet Lorain Redwin Lewis .... special thanks
Jim Stark .... thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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4 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
What Seems Like So Much Potential Just Falls Flat, 15 May 2013
Author: gavin6942 from United States

Charlie Rankin (Stephen Dorff), recently released from prison, seeks vengeance for his jail-house mentor William "The Buddha" Pettigrew (Willem Dafoe). Along the way, he meets the ethereal, yet streetwise, Florence Jane. They embark on a unlikely road trip, careening towards an unlikely redemption and uncertain resolution.

Although this film had many good moments (such as the home invasion) and it is possibly Dorff's final acting to date (he has really blossomed in this role) it overall just seems too uneven and did not resonate well with me.

The primary problem I had was with Florence. She was not someone I felt the audience could understand or appreciate. Why did Rankin like her? Their whole relationship is built on nothing. And yes, I understand this is a whimsical road trip without commitment... but she was just the wrong character for such a thing.

And if there was a deeper message, I missed it. All that occurred to me is that Charlie Rankin has the same name as the Nazi in Orson Welles' "The Stranger". I sincerely doubt this was intentional, because trying to draw parallels is far too difficult -- Welles' Rankin is a false identity hiding from his criminal past. Rankin is this film uses the alias Samson and he, too, has a criminal past he cannot overcome. But that is it (and only works in the most vague way).

The novel probably clears things up, but after seeing the film I have little motivation to seek it out.

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