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While wedding are supposed to be happy occasions, one man's impending marriage leads to a series of bittersweet reunions in this drama from Serbia. Nele (Uliks Fehmiu) left Belgrade more than a decade ago to seek his fortune in Canada, and now that he's making a good living working in computers, he comes back home to his old neighborhood to marry Maya (Ana Markovic) in an arranged union. Nele finds his relationships with his male friends have become strained with the passage of time, especially Bure (Ljubomir Bandovic), who has married Nele's former girlfriend Ceca (Radmila Tomovic), and Mare (Nebojsa Glogovac), who has fallen into drug addiction. Both, however, have fared better than Nele's best pal Sima (Milos Vlalukin), who took his own life after Nele went away. While Nele's mother (Danica Ristovski) makes a fuss over him, he's more concerned with Sasha (Nada Sargin), another of his former girlfriends who is still attracted to him and makes him think twice about tying the knot with Maya, despite her obvious drinking problem. Sutra Ujutru (aka Tomorrow Morning) was screened as part of the "East of the West" series at the 2006 Karlovy Vary Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi