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Lost in Tomorrow

USA 2023
produced by
Donald Nguyen, Rochel Goldsmith (executive), John Sheehy (executive), Jess Gibbs (executive) for Frame of Reference Entertainment
directed by Kellen Gibbs
starring Charity Rose, Julia Parker, Richard Neil, Michelle Massey, Anthony Pistoresi, Luke Steward, Diego Medellin, Tim Gabriel, Mike Pesto, Jo Galloway, Anna Telfer, Lori Berg, Roland Shorter, Paul Ford, Brittany Benita, Anil Xavier Thundiyil, Rié Yoshida, Jessica Graham, Evan Sloan, Cynthia Yelle, Stuart W. Howard, Lindsey Delamontaigne, Lesley Tsina, Carlos Antonio, Ray Fonseca, Rod James, Raquel Rosser, Kally Khourshid, Travis Grant, Dawn Gibbs, Wyatt Gibbs, Brandon Knabe, Zachary Ray Sherman, Mason Marcus Burrell, Bianca Lemaire, Gar-Ye Lee, Arthur Roberts, Jane Edwina Seymour, Renee Pezzotta, Jorie Janeway, Christian Bulich, Jonas Gibbs, Ka'Prise Colvin, Jess Gibbs (voice), Jordan Knapp, Tim Hildebrand, Simmie Sangian, John Sheehy, Kiara Beltran, Nicolas Puorro, Tessa Espinola, Jory Kramer, Christian Colvin, and the eyes of Arihel Bermudez, Alexa Wise, Jonny Wachter, Chase Okimura, Daniella Wise, Devin Redmond
written by Kellen Gibbs, music by Felipe Téllez

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Harper (Charity Rose) is basically a cute girl in her early teens who has a bit of a big mouth that gets her into trouble time and again - so much so that she starts to believe people, even her own parents (Julia Parker, Richard Neil) don't like her for exactly this reason, and as a result, she wants to be someone else. Thing is, she gets her wish and wakes up the next morning as a bummed out student (Diego Medellin), and much to her horror, while her hometown's still the same, it's populated by a whole new set of people, including her parents' house. Thing is, she wakes up as someone else every day, and everyone else has changed as well - and while she's looking for her parents, she just fails to succeed ... well, until she does find her father, when she's twentysomething Layla (Kally Khourshid), and her dad is actually her boyfriend's (Travis Grant) father who finds her attitude less than amusing. But Harper's odyssey goes on and on, from a crappy father (Zachary Ray Sherman) to an old man on a death bed (Arthur Roberts) to a suicidal young man (Ka'Prise Colvin) to a woman (Jordan Knapp) who has lost all memories of her own or Harper's past lives, leaving even the pastor (Tim Hildebrand) she turns to baffled ...


What could have been a painful tearjerker that tries too hard to drive its message home on paper has actually turned into a pretty entertaining movie, basically thanks to pretty clever screenwriting that finds a good blend between the dramatic and the comedic and relies on a rich variety rather than having everything point in the same direction. Plus storytelling definitely trumps over messaging in this one, found even in the film's finale and post credit scene. And add to that a solid ensemble cast carried by a sure-handed yet subtle directorial effort and you've got yourself a rather enjoyable film.


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