Two Netflix streamers
by Andrea Elizabeth
All the Days Before Tomorrow is about a young man who is in love with a young woman who just wants to be friends. His character development is noteworthy as he progresses from being a withdrawn, quiet person who internalizes things to not being so so much. His search for identity is aided by a character that he meets in, not quite Terry Gilliam bizarre, dreams.
Castaway on the Moon is about a desperate man who unsuccessfully attempts suicide at the beginning of the movie, only to be cast away on a deserted island. It’s a little goofy and crude, and I almost gave up on it after the second bird poop scene, but that part is not as bad as they begin to lead you to believe. I think it is a good portrayal of how ridiculous it is to lose everything.