Maybe Tomorrow is an entertaining, yet thought provoking film. It brilliantly illustrates the struggle to balance family, friendship and business. The action grabs you at the very beginning and draws you into the suspense and drama. The script is well written with powerful lines that force you to reflect on your own life experiences and decisions.
A Michael Wolfe film, Maybe Tomorrow showcases his writing, directing and acting talent. Wolfe's film, theater and television credits establish him as an accomplish artist. Dominik Tiefenthaler and Paul Lange complete the trio of friends. Each actor delivers convincing and compelling performances.
Three men. One night. A crime that would sever their friendships but connect them to each other for life.
After spending the last fifteen years trying to deny it, they will finally be forced to revisit the one night that changed their lives forever. A night they will have to remember…despite all their efforts to forget.
When faced with a lengthy prison sentence, RUSS MAHLER, a career criminal armed with a destructive secret, blackmails the only man that can get him off the hook, Manhattan District Attorney GRAHAM SEIFERT.
An ambitious politician on the rise, Graham’s life is upended when SENATOR MONTY CLEMENS asks him to join his ticket in a campaign to become the next Governor of New York. Clemens, an unapologetically corrupt politico, is currently being investigated by the D.A.’s office for a multi-million dollar embezzling scheme so Graham must choose…either finish an investigation that could have the Senator impeached…or ride his coattails and become the youngest Lieutenant Governor in New York State history.
With his marriage teetering on the brink of collapse, Graham’s Chief of Staff EVAN MIDLAND is hurled into the fray. The task of indemnifying Russ is thrust upon him by Graham, an uncompromising boss that has demanded Evan’s escalating workaholism, forcing him to neglect his family and everything important to him.
With his hands tied, Graham has Russ acquitted and upon Evan’s insistence, invites him out to his Hampton beach house for the weekend where the three of them will finally attempt to bury a memory that still haunts them.
Once reunited for the first time in over a decade, catharsis erupts and everything pours out…why Russ made the decision that would destroy his life, how Evan betrayed him and why Graham might resign as D.A. to play second fiddle to a corrupt Senator.
In one night, they will confront the sins of their pasts, face the flawed men they are in the present and determine what they must do to secure a future where hopefully, a better version of themselves will be waiting.
Graham will choose between career ambitions and ideals long forgotten. Evan will decide once and for all whether to put his job or his family first. And Russ will search for a way to piece his life back together and reclaim the self he had abandoned years ago when that one night changed the lives of these three very different men. A night that drove them apart…but a night that would forever bind them.
Maybe Tomorrow is available on Google Play, FIOS, VUDU and XBOX via the film website. It will also be released on DVD later this month.