Tomorrow Will Be Better

Tomorrow Will Be Better

Three Russian street kids, who live on their wits in a train station, take off to the countryside hoping to make it across the border to a better life in Poland. They are alternately looking for tenderness and pushing it away because they sense that it is a sign of vulnerability they can ill-afford. Kędzierzawska has the rare ability to take the world of children on its own terms. There is not a false note in this dazzlingly beautiful and emotionally involving story of three kids trying to find their path to a new life. - Adelaide Film Festival

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:118 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Russian,Polish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:boy,   smoking,   homeless,  

Three young boys, who live on the mean streets of Ukraine, embark on an journey to cross the border into Poland. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tomorrow Will Be Better torrent reviews

Whitney P (es) wrote: Loved it! Awesome movie!

Johnny F (gb) wrote: James Franco's best performance.

Luisa M (jp) wrote: Favolosa Samantha Morton.

Brandon S (ru) wrote: The most potent, narratively strong, and powerful film about the struggle for civil rights in recent years.This could've easily been a puff piece biopic, no different from a well-acted PBS docu-drama. What makes this film different is the fact that Ava DuVernay allows Dr. King's great works to speak for themselves, but sheds some light on his more human side. It's added complexity, not character assassination or character grandiosity that makes this biopic so much different.

Greg S (ag) wrote: A single mom factory worker gives birth to a very special baby; of course, every mother thinks her baby is miraculous, but in this case the press thinks so, too. Magical realism that never really gets off the ground; it starts as a dour domestic drama then tries to shift gears and turn into a whimsical comedy. A good idea with a good heart, and beautifully acted, but unexpectedly dull in the execution.

J G (us) wrote: Watched this as a campy trashy t&a gorror film for bowling theme night. The script and directing are abysmal. The technical work would be passable if this was 1980 and shot on home video cameras. But for a full theatrical film, it just makes you pity how behind the times Canada must be. The acting couldn't be worse if strippers were attempting Shakespeare. Everyone in the film plays like their only intention is to show their tits (or equally fake penis) and then get killed. There aren't even enough clever bowling puns used for the killings. You'd have to be very high to enjoy this film. At least twice as high as the people who made it must have been to put this shit out!

Trystan D (es) wrote: My favourite film opening with Maurice and Ian exchanging pills. O'Toole gives testimony to the fact that older talent is still as powerful as the young, while Phillips drops the "Hello" gag to create a much more memorable character. Spoilt only by some miner weaknesses in the script and Whittaker's over chavinees (at times) such errors are forgiven by the effective performances of the elder leads.

Thomas B (ru) wrote: ****Will Smith stars in this excellent Sci-Fi drama. All you need to know is that the movie proves that Francis Lawrence was having a bad day when he made Constantine.

Cameron L (es) wrote: A sweet action pack movie with awesome script, I got emotionally involved in the characters, the story, and the dialogue. Warner Bros. another well job done

Stephen L (br) wrote: Classic. Easily the best film Damon Wayans has been a part of. (I'm not sure if that's saying much though).

Anna B (br) wrote: I really enjoyed this as a comedy, so the third-act turn into overwrought, puritanical drama was a bit of a letdown. Still, Hoskins is hilarious, and his rapport with Tyson and Coltrane in the early scenes is very entertaining. It's really a shame that Jordan feels he has to hew to the clich that stories about prostitution have to end in grand tragedy. It sucks all the fun out of the movie. Also it's very weird seeing Lester Freamon/Big Chief Lambreaux playing an evil villain.

Thomas Q (de) wrote: Extremely hilarious, though the plot was nonsensical

Scott R (it) wrote: Gave me some good insights into Cuban history with good acting, but it was a bit too drawn out at times. It did manage to convey the beauty of Arenas' poetic thought. One of the great quotes from it was:"Cubans are defined by noise. It is their nature. They need to bother others. They can neither enjoy or suffer in silence."