An American movie, The Day Shall Come is a blend of the comedy and crime genres. Christopher Morris, Sean Gray, Tony Roche and Jesse Armstrong are the creators of the movie. The music of the movie, The Day Shall Come, was by Sebastian Rochford, Jonathan Whitehead and Christopher Morris.
The film was produced by Christopher Morris, Iain Canning, Anne Carey, Derrin Schlesinger and Emile Sherman. It also had Daniel Battsek, Nik Bower, Sue Bruce-Smith, Mary Burke, David Kosse, Amy Nauiokas, Deepak Nayar, Tessa Ross and Jennifer Roth as the executive producers. The production team also had Faisal A. Qureshi as associate producer, Karl Liegis as a line producer with Scott Clackum and Amy Jackson as co-producers. The movie was directed by Christopher Morris.
The Dominican Republic and Florida, USA were the production location of the movie. The cinematography was done by Marcel Zykind. The film editing was done by Billy Sneddon. The movie was produced under the See-Saw Films, Archer Gray, BFI Film Fund, Film4, Riverstone Pictures and Third Wednesday Films production companies’ banners. It was released on the 11th of March, 2019 in the USA. It was later released in the UK (11th of October, 2019), Ireland (11th of October, 2019) and Isreal (25th of July, 2019).
The Day Shall Come was distributed by IFC Films.
The movie is a dark comedy and political satire that tells the story of an African American preacher who wants to bring hope to the Miami Project. He later finds himself in the middle of an FBI scheme when he is forced into an arms deal to preserve his family from eviction. The preacher’s devout belief in pacifism and unpredictability later became his way out.
The movie starred an African American preacher, Moses by Marchant Davis, Kendra Glack by Anna Kendrick, Farmer Afrika by Andrel McPherson, Josh by Miles Robbins, Reza by Kayvan Novak, X by Malcom M. Mays, Rosa by Calah Lane, Evangeliste by Curtiss Cook Jr., Venus by Danielle Brooks, Andy Mudd by Denis O’Hare, Stevie Book by Adam David Thompson, Chief Settmonk by James Adomian, Richard by Micheal Braun, Malik by Moussa Kraish, Nura by Pej Vahdat, Mr Foltz Drew Gehling, Ruben by Rodney Richardson, Lemmy by Jim Gaffigan, HRT Leader by Isaiah Stratton and other characters.
The Day Shall Come is quite fascinating. It reflects the realities of modern-day security agencies. The Chris Morris’ movie is emotionally captivating, thought-provoking yet rib-cracking. Check out the movie and share your opinions with us.