A FILM BY JIM CLIFFE
TOMORROW'S MEMOIR - This film is the
story of a retired Superhero writing His memoirs, looking back at His life, and the good and bad He has done for His city.
The now elderly man walks the streets of the modern day city remembering when, the days when His efforts mattered, The days
when things seemed almost routine. Now He questions His actions in the past, Were His efforts more harm then good? The old
man notices the newspaper headlines, there is a mysterious disaster threatening to destroy His city, and He knows that He
is the only man capable of stopping this devestation. If that's not bad enough, the old man is being followed by the government.
They have been keeping tabs on His activities ever since they discovered His secret identity. Impending doom Has the city
in a panic, Will the old man don His cape once more? I don't do spoilers, so PLEASE watch this fantastic film! This film was
like a comic book brought to life. Every frame felt like a comic panel, A sort of Noir pulp, meets Alex Ross. The cinematography
was brilliant, capturing the mood of the film perfectly. I loved the suttle references to the Superman, and Batman mythology.
Is this elderly man really The Man Of Steel? I think that only the makers of the film, and Us Comic Fans truly know the answer
to that question. Lastly I would like to commend Stephen Jefferys on His superb performance as both the narrarator, and
the retired Hero. This film was Directed by Jim Cliffe, and brought to You by Temporal Elipsis Productions. Please click the
pic for the film or visit the official site