Tomorrow is a 1972 American drama film directed by Joseph Anthony. The screenplay was written by Horton Foote, adapted from a play he wrote for Playhouse 90 that was based on a 1940 short story by William Faulkner. The PG-rated film was filmed in the Mississippi counties of Alcorn and Itawamba. Although released in 1972, it saw limited runs in the U.S. until re-released about ten years later.


An isolated and lonely farmer in rural Mississippi takes in a pregnant drifter who has been abandoned by the father of her child.

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    contentLocation Mississippi
    director Joseph Anthony
    editor Reva Schlesinger
    genre drama
    keywords abandon isolated
    musicBy Irwin Stahl
    producer Gilbert Pearlman Paul Roebling
    publisher Filmgroup Productions