Film Movement Takes North America on ‘Tomorrow’

Film Movement Takes North America on

Romantic comedy premiered at Berlin, will screen at Tribeca

Film Movement has acquired North American rights to Arvin Chen’s relationship comedy “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?” for a December day-and-date release in theaters and VOD.

“Tomorrow” premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival and will be screened as part of the official selection at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Story, penned by Chen, centers on an introverted optometrist — played by Richie Jen — who begins to question his marriage with his wife upon learning of her desire to have another baby.

Maggie Lee gave the movie a positive review for Variety at Berlin: “A gently humorous take on a married man’s midlife gay reawakening, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?” fans out to dramatize a full spectrum of relationship blues. Taiwanese-American helmer-scribe Arvin Chen’s sophomore feature veers slightly from the fluffy, fanciful charm of his debut, “Au revoir Taipei,” in favor of deeper character studies and more insightful reflections on life’s vagaries.”

The deal was made by Film Movement’s Abbey Gartenstein and Rebeca Conget with Media Asia’s Fred Tsui.

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  1. Gin Rum says:

    The director is coming out as gay — doesn’t that mean he put other men’s penises in his mouth?

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