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Jump Tomorrow (2001)

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Release Date
• USA: Jul 13, 2001
• UK: 9 Nov 2001
DVD Release Date
• R1: Sep 16, 2003

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MPAA Rating
Rated PG for thematic material, mild sensuality and language.

Running Time
1 hour, 37 minutes

Country USA, UK

Studio Eureka Pictures, Film Four International, Jorge Productions

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Other Titles
• Jump Tomorrow (2001)
• Joel Hopkins Untitled (2000)
• Life: A User's Manual (2001)



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Genre: Romance, Drama, Marriage, On The Road, Love

Plot: A police procedural built on honest, clever, quiet jubilation--steering clear of mushiness and sentamentalism--JUMP TOMORROW interweaves the lives and dreams of three unique characters. George, aka Jorge (Tunde Adebimpe), is a sweet, shy man with deadpan facial expressions and a monotone voice. But underneath his stoic surface, Jorge is a true tiger with wild dreams and a passion for life. He takes a few days off work to travel to Niagara Falls where he is to meet his bride, Sophie, for a marriage arranged by his African relatives. On the way to Niagara, Jorge meets Gérard (Hippolyte Girardot), an outspoken French man with his heart on his sleeve whose would-be fiancée has just refused to marry him. The two forlorn men are invited to a party by a beautiful, exciting Spanish woman, Alicia (Natalia Verbeke), with whom Jorge falls instantly in love. The rest of the film is a game of leapfrog, with the unlikely--but perfectly compatible--pair of Jorge and Gérard piggybacking Alicia and her spaced out Canadian boyfriend, Nathan, along the highway to Niagara Falls...and beyond.

Director Joel Hopkins presents an excellent feature debut with JUMP TOMORROW. Using a bold and playful color scheme, uncandid theatrical scenes involving line dances and fantasy sequences, a relaxed and

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 Directed by
 Written by
 Cast
Tunde Adebimpe
Exist, The First Three Lives of Stuart Hornsley, Buddyhead Presents: Punk Is Dead
Hippolyte Girardot
Manon of the Spring, House of 9, Modigliani
Natalia Verbeke
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Patricia Mauceri
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Isiah Whitlock Jr.
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Kaili Vernoff
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Gene Ruffini
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 Music By
John Kimbrough
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