Any Day Now
United States of America (US), 2012, 97 minutes, SD
They made him a promise. He made them a family.
Any Day Now Synopsis

Los Angeles, California, 1978. When singer, Rudy Donatello (Tony Award winner, Alan Cumming) meets ambitious lawyer, Paul Fliger (Garret Dillahunt), little do they know they are about to embark on the biggest and most important journey of their lives.


When Rudy's neighbour is arrested and sent to jail, the couple take in her teenage son, Marco (Isaac Leyva) and they quickly become the family that Marco has always wanted. But when their alternative living arrangements are exposed, the family become subject to prejudice from everyone around them. The pair then becomes embroiled in a fight against a biased legal system to keep the child they have come to love as their own.


Winner of numerous international audience awards and inspired by a touching true story, Any Day Now is an emotional drama, which resonates on a universal level and reminds us of the importance of never giving up.




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Reviewed by Awilkes
The most cynical critic within me might say that the weepiest and most dramatic moments in Any Day Now feel a little forced; however, the story is powerful enough and... more
The most cynical critic within me might say that the weepiest and most dramatic moments in Any Day Now feel a little forced; however, the story is powerful enough and the acting is great enough to cover up these minor hiccups. It's put together extremely well, and Alan Cumming's performance is both hilarious and tragic in equal measure. Such a very good film.
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  • Really really sweet film. Alan Cumming on top form, and was blown away by Isaac Leyva. A very courageous film and story.

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