When writer-director Amy Seimetz her indie thriller dies Tomorrow a song would be more than a movie, it would be the anthem for our current age of anxiety, developed atonal ode to the eternal question, the idea I am this, or It’s really like this? Amy (Kate Lyn Sheil) settled in the house he just bought, when suffering, what a panic attack seems to be. She calls a close friend, Jane (Jane Adams) and asked them to come. His voice is so weak he can barely make it belonged, although it is unclear whether it is in talks everything is as though all communication was cosmic and digital route. When Jane is found Amy outlines the cause of their anxiety: She is convinced that he will die the next day. Jane assures her that this would not be protected right to come home and find yourself gripped by the certainty that you intend to die the next day. Jane confesses her fear of others (his brother, Chris Messina, a doctor, Josh Lucas), who try to calm her until he took a panic. It seems that an unsuspecting superspreader Amy, Jenny Appleseed planting a paralyzing fear of death from person to person. If all this sounds vaguely amusing and disturbing that the point is: the film diagonally, nervous rhythms are designed to make us feel a bit ‘crazy before we get to our senses and laugh at them. Seimetz was in film and television for many years as an actor, writer, director and producer to operate; He appeared in movies like Pet Sematary, and has directed the sun does not shine 2,012 of thriller. They will try their hand, no fear, no matter what it is. At the center of psychological horror and super-natural restless, she dies tomorrow littered with experimental flourishes: the screen occasionally smeared what looks like blood, although it can be a statement Ecto-plasma to be from another world. And there is no clean, resolution You Tomorrow, this leaves a trail of jagged question mark in its wake. But that seems to be part of the design. Most likely, tomorrow most of us wake up and manage to survive the day. But Seimetz that a seed of doubt recalcitrant plants film: you never know.