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Tomorrow Night (1998)

Charles is the owner of a photo-shop. He is not too friendly and spends his evenings alone, and one day he finally decides to get a social life. He meets elderly Florence, who is tormented ... See full summary »

Director:

Louis C.K.

Writer:

Louis C.K.
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2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jim Earl Jim Earl ... Skinny man in rain
Frank Senger ... Larger man in rain
Todd Barry ... Guy who runs into store
Chuck Sklar Chuck Sklar ... Charles
Deanna Storey Deanna Storey ... Lady with camera
Joseph Dolphin Joseph Dolphin ... Lester
Martha Greenhouse Martha Greenhouse ... Florence
Rick Shapiro ... Tina
Louis C.K. ... Man Squirting People with Hose
Steve Carell ... Mail Room Guy without Glasses
Amy Poehler ... Woman Getting Squirted
J.B. Smoove ... Mel the Mailman
Jon Rubin Jon Rubin ... Preppie Couple Man
Alix Bailey ... Preppie couple, woman
Greg Hahn Greg Hahn ... Willie
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Charles is the owner of a photo-shop. He is not too friendly and spends his evenings alone, and one day he finally decides to get a social life. He meets elderly Florence, who is tormented by her gambling husband Lester and longs for the son Willie she hasn't seen or heard from in 20 years. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy

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Trivia

Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, Brett Butler, David Cross, and Denis Leary all gave C.K. money to make the film. Jerry Seinfeld turned him down. See more »

Crazy Credits

At the end it states: "The characters and events in this film are definitely completely fictional. Any resemblance to persons living or dead is purely coincidental. Except for that Ice Cream bit. That's based on My Uncle Timmy." See more »

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Featured in The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #22.55 (2014) See more »

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Strange things develop in this film's dark room
16 October 1998 | by lib-4See all my reviews

This is a very strange movie. Louis CK's absurd characters reveal that sense of humor he employs as a Letterman and O'Brien writer. Anyone who watches this movie will never look at ice cream the same. Rick Shapiro as Tina is the funniest character in the film. Really low budget but fun. I had to admit laughing at the inanity- the son who has been out of touch for 20 years, the dog's revenge and the adopted son.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 January 2014 (USA) See more »

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1.66 : 1
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