Eccentric Melodies

TOMORROW IS ALWAYS TOO LONG

Phil Collins | United Kingdom, Germany, Scotland | 2014 | 82 min.
O. V. English subtitled in Spanish
TOMORROW IS ALWAYS TOO LONG

An authentic symphony of a city (in this case, Glasgow), a working-class musical starring people from the street that incorporates documentary material, animations and even television commercials of astrologers, which also introduces unusual musical numbers that take place in locations as diverse as a maternity ward, a prison, a school and a geriatric home. A kaleidoscopic film, poetic and playful, signed by the Turner Prize winner Phil Collins (not to be confused with the disgraced singer) and with songs by Welsh pop star Cate Le Bon accompanied by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.