Sundance 2019: John Lithgow & Blythe Danner in 'The Tomorrow Man'

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The Tomorrow Man

The apocalypse is coming, and there’s no better way to prepare for that future than to build an overstocked fallout shelter in your home. Right? That’s not crazy, is it? Totally sane. Some people think that this is just being properly prepared. The Tomorrow Man is a dramatic comedy from writer & director Noble Jones that just premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. It’s an eccentric, amusing film with a romantic twist that is about an aging man who lives a quiet, lonely life in a small town. Jones’ film is kinda-sorta mocking these “doomsday preppers”, as they’re known – the people who build special shelters and fill it with all kinds of extra food and supplies and survival equipment – because the media (and others from the internet) have made them think something is about to happen and they should be ready for everything to fall apart – soon. ›››

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