A man without attachments or responsibilities suddenly finds himself with an abandoned baby and leaves for London to try and find the mother. Eight years later after he and his daughter become inseparable Gloria's mother reappears.
|Title||:||Tomorrow Everything Starts|
|Original Title||:||Demain tout commence|
|Release Date||:||December 7, 2016|
|Production Co.||:||Mars Films, Vendome Pictures|
|Writers||:||Eugenio Derbez, Leticia López Margalli, Guillermo Ríos, Hugo Gélin, Mathieu Oullion, Jean-André Yerles|
|Casts||:||Omar Sy, Clémence Poésy, Antoine Bertrand, Gloria Colston, Ashley Walters, Clémentine Célarié, Anna Cottis, Elaine Caulfield, Anabel Lopez, Raphael von Blumenthal, Ben Homewood, Alice David, Mona Walravens, Raquel Cassidy, Howard Crossley, Cécile Cassel, Jay Benedict, Deepak Anand, Antoine Gouy, Guillaume Bouchède, Natacha Andrews, Ginnie Watson, Ludivine de Chasteney, Georgina Leeming, Bertrand Combe, Noémie Kocher, Patrice Melennec, Ruben Alves, Christian Erickson, Laurène Doval, Guillaume Mélanie, David Lowe, Penelope Sharp, Richard Banks, Mathieu Oullion, Souleymane Dicko, Victor Klein|
|Plot Keywords||:||london england, single parent, stuntman, children, parenting, father daughter relationship, single father, black family, lying, absent mother, frenchman abroad|
Tomorrow Everything Starts Reviews
- A totally unexpected Omar Syby 27 January 2017on
15 out of 17 people found the following review useful:
I though I knew Omar Sy from his other work: "Intouchables", "Nos jours heureux", "Chocolat". But this is something else! Excellent performance! He's so into his character that it feels he isn't even acting, just being. The plot twist towards the end is a real surprise. You go on guessing the story line, but it goes to and fro a few times. Along the way, you're really rooting for more than one person! It's a tale of "deserving" versus " rights", feelings versus facts. Clémence Poésy did her part very well too and so did Antoine Bertrand, madly in love with his work, thinking very fast. The tempo and timing looked good, I did not feel its length of nearly 2 hours. All in all, a good movie, certainly worth watching, for men and women alike.
- Remake of Mexican movieby 9 February 2017on
10 out of 16 people found the following review useful:
After 10 minutes I started getting this weird feeling I had seen the movie before. Impossible, as it just started screening in the cinemas. Scene after scene I was able to predict what would happen, until I remembered that I had seen a similar Spanish like movie a couple of years ago with exactly the same story. Unfortunately this has biased me and I cannot give an objective opinion of the movie. I was constantly annoyed by the fact that I knew what was going to happen. Let me try though.
I like the story, I like the conundrum and I like the fact it touched my emotions. It is kind of a heartbreaking dilemma, which I believe the outcome has been portrayed quite realistically.
I was not that fond of the acting though, none of the actors were really that trustworthy in their acting. I would consider the child to be the best actor in the movie. The music is average and the cinematography not that special either. Therefore, I would give this movie a 6,5, but since that is not possible, I will give it the benefit of the doubt: 7.0
- Responsibilityby 15 May 2017on
1 out of 1 people found the following review useful:
For one there is the responsibility of making a good remake as it seems. While I was watching it, I was not aware of this being a remake. I'm going out on a limb here and will believe a fellow reviewer on IMDb when he says this is a Remake of a Mexican movie. So yes while Americans do like to Remake world movies (including French movies), the French do like to do so also.
And why shouldn't they? Especially when you get a result like that. You probably have seen or at least heard of Omar Sy (if you watch this very close to the release that is, not like 50 years later) and he is a very likable guy. While his character has flaws, a new family situation changes everything. Now that isn't completely new, even Adam Sandler and The Rock have done similar movies, but this still feels sort of unique. And most important of all it is funny
- Emotional Story, great actingby 20 January 2017on
3 out of 5 people found the following review useful:
First let me say this: I am not a fan of Omar Sy, nor his previous work in Intouchable... But I was amazed how realistic he brought his character to live in this movie. Im not an emotional person but towards the end of the movie I really had troubling holding the tears in because of the not logical rules of the court and our society.
You really feel connected to a lot of the characters in the movie. There are some cheesy things that keeps coming up and suppose to be funny but after 2-3 times it's not really that funny anymore.
Overall it's a great movie and definitely one you can watch with you girl/boyfriend or wife/husband!
- moving and amusingby 14 May 2017on
This is the typical well made comedydrama, where the wise combination of funny and moving elements results in a good product, also thanks to the good acting performances. Omar Sy really feels his character and is certainly the pillar of strength of a sometimes weak screenplay, but still capable of arousing deep emotion. The (usual) bad Italian translation of the original title (Demain tout commence), with the addition of a useless subtitle, does not render the intention of a picture that wants to touch some delicate chords of human sensitivity, in a very simple and natural way, and manages to do that quite effectively.
- Above everything, a sweet drama full of EMOTION!by 13 May 2017on
from Coimbra, Portugal
What brought me to see this movie was the fact that Omar Sy was on the cast, one of my favorites french actors. The fact that it was a comedy\drama also captured my attention because of the variety of emotions which are offered to us all the time, during the film.
After watching the motion picture "Demain tout commence", I've reserved an extremely positive review for this topic! At the beginning Samuel is living a relaxed life always in parties and long nights, it is beautiful to see how much the man's life changed when he discovered he had a daughter, I will not give you spoilers about the rest but I advise you to watch it!
In case you like movies full of good plays and INTENSITY till the end, you should see "Demain tout commence"!!
PS: I also really liked Gloria Colton play, she will surely have a great career!
- Diagnosis: identity crisisby 11 February 2017on
4 out of 9 people found the following review useful:
Given the premise, the story that screams to be told here - a serial womanizer who never took an ounce of responsibility in his life suddenly loses everything and is faced with the challenge of raising a girl, who is a total stranger to him, in a foreign country, with no means at hand - is sadly left untold. Instead, the movie opts for introducing a wealthy, bearded plot device called Bernie, and we skip the first eight years of little Glorias upbringing in a colourful montage.
What we get after that is a strange and tiresome cocktail, the base of which consists in a version of the worn-out 'liar revealed'-story, needless and lazily motivated ("I'm only lying because I want to make you happy"). Embedded in this are scenes reminding us of the impossibly ideal, always cheerful friendship between father and daughter, alternating with half-hearted attempts at drama, both elements effectively nullifying each others' effects. The outcome is a confusing movie that doesn't know its own identity.
I could have perhaps forgiven it its flaws and watched it as a lighthearted comedy with some family drama components, if all the commotions in the second act would have simply been put to rest in the third, and that would have been the end of it. But, consistent with the movie's main issue, in the very last scene, a formerly entirely irrelevant subplot reemerges to assisted by a whimsical, reflective montage of our family, once again united, frolicking in the sea and laughing into the camera scream "tragicomedy" in our faces.
One thing to hold in its favour are the performances of the two main actors. Sadly, the development of their characters is utterly neglected, not allowing the actors to really show what they can do.
- Better than I thought it would be!by 29 January 2017on
3 out of 9 people found the following review useful:
Better than I thought it would be! I think that Omar Sy is one of the funniest and talented actors of France. Especially in Untouchable he's got a certain type of humor. In this flick he plays a father. At first I thought it would be a kids film only. But it's just an emotional film for everyone. Of course it's not a genius film but if you want to see a good rainy Sunday afternoon movie this is just for you :) The problem of this movie is the storytelling, first everything is good and then it gets worse and worse. There's also too less communication between the main characters. But the acting is good, also Gloria is really well played, I'd like to see her in other films too :) Good acting, a lot of emotions, 6 out of 10 stars.
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