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Tomorrow is a British film of genre Drama released in USA on 21 april 2017 with Stephen Fry

Tomorrow (2015)

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Tomorrow is an upcoming British drama film directed by Martha Pinson and written by Stuart Brennan and Sebastian Street. Starring Stephen Fry, Sophie Kennedy Clark, James Cosmo, Paul Kaye, and Stephanie Leonidas, the film is about the difficulties faced by soldiers returning home from war. It is the first British film for executive producer Martin Scorsese, and marks the directorial debut of Pinson, a long-time script supervisor to Scorsese. Filming began on 22 September 2014 in London.

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The story deals with soldiers returning home from war with post-traumatic stress disorder and HIV, and their difficulties in resuming normal lives.

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