All My Tomorrows

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Synopsis

It was my pleasure to read and review the screenplay All My Tomorrows. This is a coming-of-age true and inspirational story, which parallels the young lives of Chris and Jorge. While Chris is the typical All-American charmer, Jorge is set to one day take over his family’s very successful entrepreneurial business. But Jorge is a […]

Dove Review

It was my pleasure to read and review the screenplay All My Tomorrows. This is a coming-of-age true and inspirational story, which parallels the young lives of Chris and Jorge.

While Chris is the typical All-American charmer, Jorge is set to one day take over his family’s very successful entrepreneurial business. But Jorge is a sickly boy, running out of breath with the least amount of exertion, limiting his childhood activities. When he eventually meets Leslie, the woman he wishes to marry, he keeps the dire sickness a secret for as long as possible. Chris is carefree, the baby of a large family, and has won over the heart of his college sweetheart, Jenn. One day Chris has a sudden episode of an undiagnosed illness, which lands him in the hospital.

As we are drawn into their lives from young boys to finding the love of their lives, we know that one of them is going to receive an organ from the other. Both are enveloped in loving families, both are wonderful young men with bright futures, both deserve to live a long life.

The question becomes, which one will it be?

The writers do a wonderful job of keeping that a mystery, and when the reader believes they’ve got it figured out, there is an intense twist. The story moves along at the perfect pace, allowing for the emotions of the moment to sink in before introducing another plot element. All My Tomorrows can’t help but be a very moving, heartfelt story, and one of the most selfless acts anyone can do for another. This act happens to come from a young man, who is now an angel to many.

The Dove Perspective: Due to the severe language, particularly the use of the name of Jesus in vain, we cannot award this script our Dove Approved Seal.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: Loving families and acts of kindness take center stage
Sex: A few kissing scenes – an unmarried couple wakes up in bed the next morning, nothing shown
Language: There are eight times where the main characters exclaim “Jesus” or “oh my God” in non-religious context, 1 ass and 1 dam*it
Violence: None
Drugs: Slight drinking while on a beach, there's a keg at a college party, a vomiting/drunk college student
Nudity: Two main characters, one male and one female, remove their shirts while kissing
Other: None

Info

Company: Unknown
Genre: None
Reviewer: JD D