A narrative of addiction and redemption is weaved out of the lives of those attending AA meetings, the turbulent life of several young adults and the relationships Aaron, a rent boy, and his clients share.
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'Forever Tomorrow' weaves a narrative out of the speeches given in AA meetings, the interrupted life of a party girl, a young couple who have lost their connection to one another, and the relationships Aaron, a rent boy, and his clients maintain. With alcoholism and life choices used as a backdrop, the film explores the various unwelcomed roads traveled by people as they attempt to redeem themselves from addiction.Written by
Daniel Garcia, who plays the lead as Adam, was originally set to play Andy. After a scheduling conflict with the original actor set to play the part, Garcia was offered it. He was the first choice as a replacement for the lead role. See more »
For its budget the film is good. The performances are very good in the AA meetings, and are really realistic too. The overall plot, which focuses on three people who are all have problems drinking is a little slow at times.
But overall, when you see the film as a whole, they make a really nice collage of stories, and the different soundtracks, and ways in which the film has been put together, is really well done and interesting.
It isn't a great film, but quite good for a small budget indie, especially a non-zombie film.
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