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Tomorrow Ever After (2016)

| Comedy, Sci-Fi | 2016 (USA)
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When a historian living in the year 2592 time-travels to 2015, she navigates the societal woes that she's read about in history books.

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Ela Thier

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Ela Thier
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4 wins & 4 nominations. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Caitlin Mehner ... Cathy
Carolina Ravassa ... Woman
Valéry Lessard ... Park Goer
Ela Thier ... Shaina
Nabil Vinas ... Milton
Mathilde Dratwa ... Park Goer
Craig Resta Craig Resta ... Tommy
Ebbe Bassey ... Imani
Dawn Young ... Lonely woman
Shane Andries ... Boyfriend
Neal Hemphill ... Calvin
Vishwas ... Dr. Kapoor
Manav Malhotra Manav Malhotra ... Warden
Memo ... Antonio
Matthew Murumba ... Rudy
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When a historian living 600 years in the future is stranded in 2015, she navigates the societal woes that she's read about in history books. Written by Ela Thier

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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USA

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English

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2016 (USA) See more »

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The Great Despair See more »

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What a privilege to have experienced this story!
23 May 2017 | by dsm619See all my reviews

"I keep making mistakes. I don't know how to live here."

The main character says in one scene when she keeps being met with hardship & resistance, simply by being herself (which was perfectly fine where she is from). We all have felt like we don't belong at some point. Or that we aren't enough or questioned ourselves, our gifts and superpowers (aka flaws) and often times adjust ourselves to fit in, to get by, to make our lives (or relationships) seemingly easier.

This film was definitely refreshing, leaving you reflecting on your life, your choices, how you interact with yourself, others, and the words…. The impact of it all. It was just so rich in simply being human. Connection is what really makes the world go round, up and down, and even wobble at times!! And this film shows our connection and disconnection in a way that really leaves you with yourself.

Thank YOU Ela!!!


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