Love Tomorrow
Love Tomorrow (2013)

An ex-ballet dancer's life is turned upside down after receiving devastating news, a chance encounter with a charismatic dancer marks the start to a fragile friendship that might turn into something more profound.

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Romance
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Tom Huddleston
Time Out

This is tame, lifeless stuff, following the characters as they drift from bar to party, coffee shop to dance class.

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Neil Norman
Daily Express (UK)

This is a quietly introspective mystery that rewards the patient filmgoer.

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Charlotte O'Sullivan
London Evening Standard

Christopher Payne's low-key, almost-romance.

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Graham Young
Birmingham Mail

Despite the impressive dance sequences Love Tomorrow is lead-footed when it comes to drama and ultimately falls flat on its face.

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Mark Kermode
Observer (UK)

Few of the dialogue scenes match the expressiveness of Vargas's night-time street shuffle, or Jourdain's closing-credit solo.

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Rich Cline

ans of micro-budgeted British indies will probably love this offbeat semi-romantic drama, but the fact remains that the film is mopey and contrived, with performances that never quite ring true.

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David Edwards
Daily Record (UK)

The problem? The stars -- both dancers, rather than actors -- struggle with bland dialogue. The drama comes too late and it's hard to care about the unconvincing pair.

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Graham Young
Birmingham Post

Despite their gifts for dancing, the two leads here never look quite as comfortable delivering their lines.

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Peter Bradshaw

Frankly, the performances and line-readings are uneven.

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