Any Day Now Reviews
I agree with my friend, Michael, about Alan Cumming at times. Several scenes, he is just that "gay" guy you want to smack to shut up, and his accent was a bit distracting at times. But needless to say, we have all encountered some people like him in this!
Overall fairly well-done and worth watching as it still much better than the majority of gay-themed films that get made.
This film tells the disqueting story of two gay men who attempt to adopt a child with down syndrome. The skillful direction by Travis Fine runs us through an emotional wringer. This is truly one of the most significant films I have seen in quite some time. There is strong sexual content and drug use -- not appropriate for children. But this film is a must see for those of us yearning for justice for all! Bravo to all!
Truly enjoyable with great performances, especially Cumming who I'm not a fan of, along the way.
I just felt completely heart broken over the ending.