Jan 05, 2017 · For Film Comment: On Faulkner’s Tomorrow (1972), starring Robert Duvall Posted on January 5, 2017 by sheila I wrote about the 1972 film Tomorrow, a Horton Foote adaptation of a William Faulkner story, starring Robert Duvall (same year as The Godfather) for Film Comment. It’s screening on TCM this month.
Jan 05, 2017 · Not to mention The Godfather, which had upped Robert Duvall’s profile as a movie star just one month earlier. But Tomorrow did not catch on with audiences, and this spooked distributors. The movie barely made a dime, but since then it has found a passionate audience, especially among Duvall fans.
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The DVD I received from Netflix had Special Features including this marvelous, one-in-a-million joint interview with Robert Duvall and playwright/screenwriter Horton Foote. The interview occurs in 2004, five years before Horton Foote died (2009 at the age of 92—he remained creatively active until his last years).
Sep 16, 1992 · Tomorrow: Directed by Joseph Anthony. With Robert Duvall, Olga Bellin, Sudie Bond, Richard McConnell. A lonely farmer takes in a pregnant woman and looks after her.
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Jun 24, 2021 · Robert Duvall Watches Stephen’s Favorite Scene From The Film “Network” The Late Show with Stephen Colbert posted a video to playlist Thursday, June 24, 2021 . June 24 at 11:19 PM ·
May 10, 2004 · The extras boil down to a fuzzy trailer (with critical text supered by a video process) and a fine 2003 interview with Robert Duvall and Horton Foote. They praise Tomorrow 's picturization of Southern life, which they felt in 1971 was being distorted by the movies (presumably in stories about subhuman hillbillies, etc.).
The movie was never widely released, but Duvall says his performance in it, as a poor dirt farmer that loves and loses a woman and her child, is the one he likes best. "It's got the most of me in it," he said.
Tomorrow. (78) IMDb 7.5 1 h 42 min 1972 PG. In 1930s Mississippi, lonely Jackson Fentry lives by himself as the sole caretaker of a sawmill. One day, close to the property, he discovers a young woman, Sarah Eubanks, who is three months pregnant. Since she was abandoned by both her husband and her family, Jackson takes her in.
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