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Today and Tomorrow (2009)

| Short, Drama, Thriller
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A Polish immigrant living in New York City confronts a man whom he suspects is responsible for the death of his parents.

Director:

Marcin Stawarz

Writer:

Marcin Stawarz
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Cast

Cast overview:
Justin Swain ... Tomek
Magdalena Mielcarz ... Kasia
Lee Moore Lee Moore ... Mr. Ronald
Stass Klassen ... Captain K
Barbara Haas ... Mrs. Jenkins
Anabelle D. Munro ... Mrs. Rak (as Anabelle Munro)
Kevin Ploth Kevin Ploth ... Mr. Rak
Jack McKeane Jack McKeane ... Young Tomek
Serena Miller Serena Miller ... Young Kasia
Eddy Priest Eddy Priest ... Thug #1
Robert Freedman Robert Freedman ... Thug #2
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A Polish immigrant living in New York City confronts a man whom he suspects is responsible for the death of his parents.

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Short | Drama | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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This one is a gem
19 June 2010 | by emilygraciegraceSee all my reviews

Saw the film at IFC as part of the Columibia film festival - and it was by far my favorite film of the night.

Today and Tomorrow is an excellent cinematic journey. Marcin Stawarz creates an incredibly well-crafted film that draws you in from the beginning and keeps you interested from start to finish.

The two main characters are excellent actors, creating a believable and intricately layered brother/sister relationship. Justin Swain turns in an emotionally powerful performance - really engaging (great blue eyes, funny, a big range), and Magdalena Mielcarz does a great job with such vulnerability throughout.


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