“Someday Different Than Now” is a drama/romance starring Kate Walsh (Gray’s Anatomy, Personal Follow) as Kate, the proprietor of a run-down journey lodge in a small New England coastal city. Enter a mysterious stranger, Sam (Donal Logue), who apparently crashed his motorbike into the ocean simply exterior city.
Savvy viewers such as you and me instantly sense that Sam and Kate will get collectively prior to later (or someday aside from now, because the movie title insinuates). Each are lonely, misplaced souls who don’t belief many individuals however appear destined to seek out one another.
Whereas Kate left a profession as an lawyer in a metropolitan space to return to New England and look after her dying father, she appears caught there after his loss of life. As a substitute of promoting the run-down motel for a superb worth, she tried to run it nearly single handed. Sam seems to be an awesome tenant, serving to her repair broken doors and pipes whereas ready for his bike repairs.
We study that Sam has an estranged daughter, Audrey (Trieste Kelly Dunn) that he hasn’t seen in 25 years. At all times a wanderer at coronary heart, Sam deserted Audrey and her mom 25 years earlier and hasn’t seen her since. Kate encourages Sam to fix issues with Audrey, now a single mother who’s elevating a precocious younger daughter (Alexis Swinton).
Sparks lastly begin to fly between Sam and Kate, whereas it takes a bit of longer for Audrey to lastly forgive him for leaving her behind. Additionally featured within the movie are Amy Hargreaves as a gorgeous native bartender; David Aaron Baker; Sarah Jes Austell; and P.J. Marshall.
Someday Different Than Now
Whereas “Someday Different Than Now” appears to maneuver a bit of gradual at instances, true romantics who love a superb love story shall be rewarded by watching until the tip credit roll. Written and directed by Dylan McCormick and produced by Stan Erdreich of River Bend Footage, Michael Goodin of Monolith Image, Jackie Filer; and Christopher Walters. The PG-13 rated movie runs 1 hour and 29 minutes, and opens in theaters and on demand March 5.