Everyday Is A Gift In Tomorrow UK Trailer

Sometimes we need to live everyday as if it was our last, to appreciate life. In UK indie Tomorrow, a war veteran befriends a man who will change his life forever. In the film’s UK Trailer that man will appreciate everyday is a gift.

Written by lead actors Sebastian Street and Stuart Brennan to create a movie that meant something, that mattered, tackling subject matters close to their heart with rounded and three-dimensional characters they could play, the film is directed by Martin Scorsese’s long-time script supervisor Martha Pinson who is making her helming debut.
Injured by an IED in Afghanistan, Tesla (Sebastian Street) has returned home to London, but it doesn’t feel like home anymore. Suffering from PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), with no friends or family, he is alone with his regrets and a very bleak horizon.

That is, until the universe conspires to help him with an unlikely friendship. The charming and larger than life Sky (Stuart Brennan) bounds into Tesla’s world, quickly proving that friendship can be a great healer. Joy, enthusiasm and hope prove infectious and soon Tesla, not only finds meaning but also, a job and a girlfriend.

However, Sky is hiding a secret and it’s catching up with him fast. Even a metropolis can be a lonely place if you’re hiding from your problems. Tomorrow is a story of how friendship, love and courage can overcome great odds. Sometimes the hardest battles are fought at home and the only way out, is to let others in.

The film stars Sebastian Street, Stuart Brennan, Stephanie Leonidas, Sophie Kennedy Clark, Paul Kaye, Joss Stone with James Cosmo and Stephen Fry.

Tomorrow will be in UK cinemas nationwide on Friday 27 September.

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