Good news for those of us who are a bit too squeamish for "Evil Dead," as it looks like there are going to be some alternative choices at the movies this weekend. Among them is David Jacobsen's moody indie thriller, "Tomorrow You're Gone," which – obsessive fans of Sofia Coppola's "Somewhere" will note – is but the latest collaboration between Stephen Dorff and Michelle Monaghan. Coming to us via Image Entertainment, the film arrives with a premise as intriguing as its cast. Here's the official synopsis:
Charlie Rankin (Stephen Dorff, "Blade") is out of prison, but not out of trouble. Indebted to the man who saved his life behind bars (Willem Dafoe, "Spiderman"), Charlie must now carry out a murder to settle the score. But things start to change for Charlie when he meets Florence (Michelle Monaghan, "Mission Impossible III"), a mysterious and beautiful lost soul who sees the good hidden beneath his tough exterior. When the hit goes bad, it’s Charlie’s life that is on the line, and he’ll have to figure out how to settle his debts - and keep Florence out of danger - before his past catches up to him.
And thanks to Image Entertainment, we also have an exclusive clip to share with you – a nice scene in which Charlie works out his thoughts on God as danger clearly hovers around him, this look at "Tomorrow You're Gone" provides a nice idea as to the atmospheric drama the film has in store.
"Tomorrow You're Gone" hits theaters Friday, April 5.