13min | Short, Drama | 10 May 2014 (USA)
New Year’s Eve 1999 finds college-bound Clark and Trevor concerned about the future of their friendship, and a request for Clark to be Trevor’s wingman ensures things will never be the same again.
“Tomorrow” is a 13-minute short film from 2014, so at 2 years, this one is still fairly recent. It’s an American movie directed by Leandro Tadashi and the writer is Joshua Paul Johnson. It is just one more from the uncountable pool of gay-themed short films. And I personally must say it was not as disastrous as some of these, but also nothing about it stands out really. It is about two buddies about to go to college who apparently crush on the same girl, but things are not exactly what they seem and as I described this as a gay-themed movie earlier, you probably already guess correctly where this is heading. No need to further elaborate on the story. The writing was weak in here, the acting was only slightly better. As a whole, this film was not a success and I give it a thumbs-down. Not recommended.
Director: Leandro Tadashi
Writer: Joshua Paul Johnson
Stars: Daniel Rashid, Zachary Roozen, Katie Baker
Release Date: 10 May 2014 (USA)