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All the Days Before Tomorrow (2007)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 2 March 2007 (USA)
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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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Complete credited cast:
Joey Kern ... Wes
Alexandra Holden ... Alison
Richard Roundtree ... El Doctor
Yutaka Takeuchi ... Kai
Luis Chávez ... Supermarket Cashier
Matt Braaten Matt Braaten ... Michel
Darcy Halsey ... Christmas Party Woman
Montré Burton ... Christmas Party Man
Hidetoshi Imura ... Tokyo Chef
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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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English

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2 March 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

От вчера до завтра See more »

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Arches National Park, Utah, USA See more »

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Kangoo Films See more »
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Dolby Digital

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1.85 : 1
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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!! (long, but worth reading!) Part I
10 April 2007 | by sailore2See all my reviews

During the Cinequest film festival in San Jose in March, the film I had intended to see had been cancelled and I was given a ticket to see "All the Days Before Tomorrow" instead. I am so glad for that cancellation because this film turned out to be better than I could have ever expected! I loved each moment as much as every other and I hoped it would never end. I returned to see it two more times during the festival and loved it more each time. The plot was engaging, innovative and flowed beautifully and confidently. Each scene followed the last with perfect timing and I was able to follow along even though the film was centered around one current time period and two flashback periods. That is how well the movie was done. Throughout three time sequences as well as intermittent dream scenes, I never once became lost.

One of my favorite aspects of the film was the dream scenes of a main character. I loved the way that each one made me feel that I was experiencing my own dream, flowing exactly as a person's subconscious thoughts do. They were hysterical and yet inspiring and philosophical at the same time, and in only a few minutes. The choice of Richard Roundtree for the "dream gatekeeper" was a perfect choice and brought the character to life. The inventive names for each sequence (as well as the idea to give them names) were humorous and very original. The scenes gave a nice interlude between the intense and realistic "real life" happenings, and the black and white film used gave a wonderful contrast to the main color scenes, making it seem as though they were really "coming to life" from the dream state. The unique sequences were subtly poetic and gave so much to the film. They made me laugh and added a beautiful shot of quirkiness and surrealism to a very human story without ever going over the top.

The way the movie's scenes were edited was masterful. For example, in one scene, a character is asked how she likes living in Tokyo, then it cuts to a scene of her sitting in a dim, uninviting room looking at things on a kitchen table, seeming very lonely and bored, then quickly returns to the conversation in which she replied something to say that she was lonely there. I felt like I was jumping into the characters' minds throughout the whole film, making everything seem real. Instead of giving the audience the entire background on the characters up front, the movie allowed you to discover their history slowly and in a way that made you always eager to know more. It was also amazing that the movie used so few characters yet had so much depth and richness to it. The script and plot were so high-quality that there was no need for extra characters to take up space and clutter the story. It was completely substantial with its core characters and events.

The script was one of the most incredible parts of the film. Every word had significance and was completely original—this was the opposite of most predictable, recycled B movies! The parts of the movie that were meant to be touching and emotional unfolded with words that carried every meaning that was intended and made me feel exactly what the character felt. Amazingly, the film could go from a profoundly meaningful scene to making me laugh the next second. The funny parts of the script were incredible, too. No stupid or boring jokes, but very original and subtle comedy that couldn't help but make you laugh and could appeal to any sense of humor. The script was one of the best parts of the film, and it is incredible that the film's director not only directed but wrote the outstanding screenplay as well.

The acting was great, too! The actors were perfect for their parts and acted them with great precision. They portrayed the characters wonderfully and brought out the unique facets of their personalities that made them so incredibly irresistible as characters. During the movie, I wished they were friends of mine, and after it, I felt like they were! The actors did a fabulous job and I have to give them credit for that. The main characters, Wes and Alison, also had fantastic chemistry; I felt every single emotion and thought between them. That takes talented actors and an amazing screenplay, both which were very present in the film.


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